Joseph W. Brazfield grew up outside of Hollywood, California, as a lifelong football fan. His mother and father treated American football like it was a religion. His father was an Oakland Raider fan, and his mother a San Fransisco 49er fan. When he turned six years old, he decided to be a Jacksonville Jaguars fan and swore that he would one day move to Jacksonville to be closer to his team.
Joseph received his GED early and attended college to receive his certifications in surgical technology. At the age of 18, he was working alongside surgeons and other medical staff. After 9 years of scrubbing cases, he pursued a career in medical device sales where he taught doctors how to use the latest technology in sports medicine.
At 28 years old, Joseph wrote and published his first book Holographic Ambitions that aims to teach young adults how to transform their lives, and has given lectures to young entrepreneurs.
At 29 years old, Joseph began to build what is now known as Prototype Escape Games. Driven by his disdain for social media and smartphones in general, The appeal of a business that aims to bring families and friends together for 1 hour to communicate and form lasting memories was relentless.
Everything that is Prototype Escape Games comes from the hands and mind of Joseph W. Brazfield. The logo that decorates its walls, the wood that builds the games, the electrical that brings the props and puzzles to life, even the coding of the motherboards that illuminate the rooms, are all the creations of a young man determined to make the best escape room possible.