Louis Joseph is founder and CEO of iBoss Entertainment Corp., motion picture film production, digital media solutions and distribution company that grew out of a long-standing interests in technology, entrepreneurship and the arts.
A native of Haiti and growing up in Boston, Massachusetts since the age of eight, Louis developed a passion for technology and the arts at the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science. While at the O’Bryant, he concurrently completed six-year musical training at the New England Conservatory. He played various wind instruments such as the oboe and the saxophone, his favorite instrument.
Upon graduating from the O’Bryant, Louis went on to study at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he specialized and received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Systems Engineering. At UMass Amherst, he also served as president of the National Society of Black Engineers, became a member of the divine nine greek origination Iota Phi Theta and pursued various entrepreneurship ventures. He continued to perform as a saxophonist in various student shows. However, it was the opportunity to write, perform and stage a student play with his college friends that sparked his love for acting. From that experience of bringing a character to life, Louis knew that his career as a creator was eminent. Louis later decided to combine his passion in technology and the performing arts into a new venture: iBoss Entertainment Corp.
As a creator, actor, artist, performer and engineer, Louis aims to inspire through his endeavors and make a positive impact in the world.