About Hunter J.W. Joslin
Welcome to hunterjoslin.com. Hunter J.W. Joslin is a pilgrim and amateur artist. He enjoys writing, photography, mountains, yoga, surfing, and sports. He is an avid adventurer and a native of Seattle.
Joslin received his Bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University, where he played four years of D-1 soccer. He earned his Master’s degree in Comparative Theology from Loyola Marymount University. His interest was in Ignatian spirituality and the religions of India.
Joslin is a published writer with the Huffington Post. He has an original poem published in Antonio T. de Nicolás: Poet of Eternal Return, and a photo published on the cover. In February of 2014, Joslin showcased his work in The Circuit: From Mother India to the Roof of the World, an exhibition and auction with photography from India and the Himalayas.
Joslin has a passion for traveling, seeing new places, and meeting new people. In addition to exploring Asia, Joslin recently returned from a pilgrimage to Europe. While living in Spain, he received the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius in the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey. He also wrote the first draft of his novel in Madrid, and walked the Camino de Santiago, trekking 484 miles from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France.
He is now living in Richmond, Virginia and writing his first novel.
"Everything you can imagine is real. " - Pablo Picasso
Hunter J.W. Joslin