Josh Smith is way past the point of having a healthy balance between WPF and the rest of life. He has been working with WPF since it was known as Avalon, and still loves it more every day. His primary vehicles for dislodging WPF encumbrances are his blog and CodeProject articles. Microsoft and CodeProject both thought it fitting to give Josh their MVP titles, for which he is most grateful.
Two of his more important contributions to the WPF community are a debugger visualizer for Visual Studio called Mole and a skinnable podcast player named Podder. He is now happily employed by Infragistics, working in their Experience Design Group. During those brief moments away from a computer, Josh plays baroque keyboard music on the piano, reads about history and philosophy, and spends time with his lovely girlfriend exploring the madness that is Manhattan.