Jordan Brown is a filmmaker and photographer from Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He attended Cedar Crest High School and currently attends Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York as a Park Scholar. In high school, he produced, wrote, directed and edited his films.
In high school, he worked for companies such as PBS and IMAX, he was a 2x All American High School Film Festival Finalist, he won the Mid-Atlantic NATAS Norman Felsenthal's Young Producer's Award.
At Ithaca, he is currently working at his college's production company; Park Productions as a producer and director. He also works at PPECS (Park Portable Equipment Center and Services), where he checks and rents out camera gear to other students. He also volunteers at the Ithaca Youth Bureau, coaching youth football and basketball. In the past summer, he moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to intern at a production company called JTWO Films where he was able to create two films of his own, along with helping the company produce commercial content for their clients.
Other than film, Jordan has many different interests. You can catch him outside, hiking in the summer or snowboarding in the winter. He loves to travel and meet people along the way, striking up conversations with anyone just to hear a story. Jordan loves music - any and all genres, often picking up new songs from friends or from radios in stores he passes. He also has a cat, named Tommy, who is big enough to be a small dog and Jordan's best friend.
Jordan has always been one for the bigger picture and for change. After a wristband fundraiser for WW2 veterans Jordan spear-headed from ages 11-13 (www.hangtough6644.com), he discovered he loved to do things for the greater good. Jordan's content contains messages and perspectives to help tell stories that matter.
Do you have an idea or film that needs to be created? Jordan is very open to getting involved with other projects or any other film opportunities. He is best reached at his email: firstname.lastname@example.org