Commercials and modeling have come hand-in-hand for Justice Joslin ’10. The face of Carolina Herrera’s CH Prive Men, Bvlgari’s Aqua Atlantique and Giorgio Armani’s Frames of Life commercial, Joslin also acted in the film, “Here and Now” with Sarah Jessica Parker that premiered in 2018 at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Although based in Los Angeles, Joslin owns an art collective in Brooklyn, N.Y., called Unruly Collective that houses artists and showcases their work. In the basement of the building is Joslin’s Unruly Underground, an event space and recording studio.
Even back in LA, music is his current focus.
“I have an analog studio out here — The Skipper Room, named after my grandfather who passed on his musical talents — and I make analog records, how records used to be made,” says Joslin, who plays piano, guitar, bass and drums. He wrote, recorded and produced his first solo vinyl record, now available at theskipperroom.earth. “It’s been an exciting process doing all this in-house but also challenging. It’s something I’m passionate about … especially in a world of digital perfection. The world needs a little rawness to it, especially in music."
Now Joslin is adding another recording location in Nicaragua.
“It will be a surf music getaway, a place where artists can record and have world-class surf in the backyard.”
By Jo Ann Mitchell Brasington ’89