Having grown up all over the world as an “Army Brat,” Joselle was exposed to a wide variety of architecture from an early age. From the pagodas of Japan, to the ancient castles of Europe to the modern Quonset Huts of Viet Nam-era military bases, she liked taking pictures of them all.
Her education of styles started when her brother Roy Rogers Oldenkamp got his drivers license. He would drive his sister around and point out the different architectural styles they encountered in Florida: “That one is a Craftsman. There’s a Mid-Century Modern. That’s Art Deco.”