Update : here more of the josh's interview and a nice photo :)
Josh interview read here
On adjusting to ocean life in Hawaii: “I almost peed my pants, if I can say that. I’ve been out there in conditions I should not have been out there in. I’ve learned a lot from this ocean, and I have a lot more to learn. If you’re going to be taunting her in that way, she will smack you down. You can never disrespect the ocean.”
On being a family man: “As men, we protect and provide by our nature. And when we find something bona fide and validated, it’s hard to break out of. … I always wanted a wife and child, so I geared my life that way.”
What’s next: “I like the growth that happens to an artist in transition. A lot of growth takes place throughout your insecurities, through having to reevaluate something you thought was working and finding a way to make it work differently. All of that is very uncomfortable.”
On getting older: “I love the comfort zone. In my mind, I am a 70-year-old man with a fly rod in one hand and a beer in the other. But that’s not the world of creativity. I’m not saying you can’t enjoy the comfort when you’ve found a zone. But you must always evolve.”On having the requisite beer gut at 70: “I will be! And I’ll be unapologetic. You want to do a Men’s Health cover then? I would be happy to show you my Buddha gut, because it will certainly be out. And I will have earned it.
source : www.fadedyouthblog.com