Jordan began developing his interest in cinema in the hallowed halls of Harford Community College, where he majored in music and mass communications. His student filmography trended towards the avant-garde. It included such riveting work as a chess game played by one person, a girl lying on the ground while a miniature rex rabbit hopped around, and (his most controversial piece) dancing around town dressed up in a dog costume. After realizing his best contributions to film would come from the viewers’ perspective, he spent the better part of a decade as a big-city board operator and small-town radio host. He is currently a professional office drone.
Against the better judgement of all involved, Jordan recently combined his love of film with his passion for music. He served as musical consultant and a band member for the upcoming Blue Duck Studios feature length film, Katharsis, and had a marginal on-screen presence. If he gets a credit page on IMDB, expect much gloating and glee.
On a regular basis, Netflix asks Jordan if he’d like to sample selections from categories such as “Dark Scandinavian Cinema” or “Visually-striking Crime Thrillers.” When Jordan asks friends and family members to watch a movie with him, two questions are asked:
- Is it in English?
- Is the film in color?
More often than not, the answer to both is no. As a consequence, he is quite comfortable enjoying cinema in solitude.
When not watching movies, Jordan is the Host and Master of Ceremonies for Bone Throwers Theater, a roleplaying game actual play podcast that focuses on character-driven drama and cinematic action. He dreams of being a world-famous novelist.