Joseph Oliver: The Connoisseur

Quietly complex and infinitely interesting, Joseph Oliver is a man of culture who exudes ambition.

Joseph was born in Gaston, Alabama on May 13, 2002. He lived there until he was 11 years old, at which point he moved to Oak Ridge. In 2017, he arrived in Knoxville and began attending Central High School where he is now a senior.

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Joseph Oliver, as excited as ever.

An avid connoisseur of a wide variety of media, Joseph can be found reading novels by Steven King or James Patterson, watching anime, or listening to a smorgasbord of music. He names Starset as his favorite band, Misery by Steven King as his favorite book, and Deathnote as his favorite series. When he isn’t consuming media, he’s creating it. Joseph loves to draw in a variety of styles, and he creates characters through his artistry.

Joseph makes his education a priority in his life, and he spends much of his time studying and preparing for college, where he has plans to study law and become a defense attorney. Joseph is also very passionate about environmentalism, and he traveled to Japan with the Titans Club from his high school in Oak Ridge in order to aid in global environmental efforts. Joseph says that he loves to travel, and he plans to see Paris soon.

Wherever he ends up, Joseph is sure to make an impact. He is driven, ambitious, and his deep dedication to various art forms is a rare gem. Will Joseph triple as a writer, a lawyer, and an artist? Only time will tell.


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