Joshua Hudson is a writer, photographer, clinical therapist and advocate.
After a 22-year career as a combat camera photojournalist, managing editor/feature writer for G.I. Jobs and Vetrepreneur Magazines, and photographer for the Pittsburgh Tribune; Sumitta now writes for the Applied Buddhism and other publications as on life, family, and faith. He is also ordained by the International Order of Ministers as Reverend Sumitta, which is endorsed by the Buddhist Sangha of Southern California. He is an attendant at the Pittsburgh Buddhist Center and a council member of the Buddhist Society of Pittsburgh.
Currently, he works as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Violence Prevention Specialist in Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom.