From 2008 to 2014; Jos worked for Peeping Tom as a dancer, actor and collaborator, principally with the productions 32 Rue Vandenbranden , and A Louer . Since then he worked for DV8 Physical Theatre on the production of John  then began directing and performing in the promotional events for Petit Bateau's Cedric Charlier collection. Other stage work includes In the process of... by Zoi Dimitriou and Plastic Junkies  by Antonin Comestaz.
On film Jos made several music videos and short films, including: Forgot to live  by Ay Wing, and Let it Roll  by Mustard Gas and Roses directed by Koen Mortier, J'te Ramene  directed by Yves Housmann and Biegga savkala duoddariid duohken lea soames  by Elle Sofe Henrikseni, as well as several commercials.
He has created several of his own works, including: Afla  Creature Man Don't Tell
Me , Feedback , What do you do? , We were youth , Tidal Breath  and Of no fixed abode .
He also teaches internationally, offering a range of classes and workshops for professional dancers at intstitutions including SEAD, Ballet Junior de Geneve, PARTS Summer School, TrinityLaban, The Place, Amsterdam Theatre school, Deltebre Dansa, El Danseu Festival, Tripspace Projects, Ravnedans, Jetsummer, Staatstheatre Kassel and many others.
Jos started his dance training at the age of 7 with Oxford Youth Dance and then continued his formal education first at The Laban Center London and then at PARTS [Performing Arts Research and Training Studios] in Brussels. Throughout this training he has studied many techniques and approaches, including: Ballet, Release, Cunningham, Graham, acting, Capoueira, Popping, Salsa, Tango, Contact Improvisation, Flying Low, Passing through, Forsyth improvisation Technologies, Labanetics, Physiology and Physics.
Physicology looks at dance technique from from fundamental principles of shifting a body through space all the way into complex dance material. It seeks a better understanding the fundamental physical principles of how the body connects to the floor and how the body can unify or isolate, using imagery and imagination to expand the dancers understanding of their technique. These fundamentals are then expanded into richly detailed and physical dance phrases.