As his senior thesis at Ithaca College, Jordan wrote, directed and edited this road trip film in the fall of 2021. The film is about finding a healthy work-life balance after graduating college and testing a friendship throughout time and major life changes
Footage shot in San Francisco, Sacramento and Oakland, CA over the Summer of 2020 for an upcoming documentary about the Black Lives Matter movement and the history of Oakland.
This mini-documentary was created at an internship program during the summer of 2019 with JTWO Films. The film is about prison reentry and follows John Thompson's story from being in the streets, to prison, to helping those now being released from prison.
Short film co-created by Jordan Brown & Jackson Bernhard at Ithaca College, Fall 2019. Narrative film testing memory, integrity and honesty.
This film won 1st at Ithaca College's Golden Doorknob Awards 50th anniversary (2019), co-directed and co-edited by Jordan. Narrative horror film about being manipulated by cell phones.
Jordan wrote, directed and co-edited the second installment of JTWO's comedy series, "The Studio Life" while interning there in the summer of 2019.
This film was created for IMAX's In-Focus program after being selected as one of five student directors across the country. This film aired at the 2018 All American High School Film Festival.
This film is a narrative based on true stories. It was a finalist in the All American High School Film Festival Film Invitational. This film was also an Official Selection in the Dominican Film Festival. This film was created in 2017.
This was a PSA produced by Jordan that aired across Pennsylvania. It won a Mid-Atlantic NATAS Award and was nominated for a National Student Production Award. This PSA was produced in 2017.
This film was the first time Jordan entered the All American High School Film Festival. This film placed 4th in the Film Invitational and was written, directed, edited by Jordan and featured him as the lead role. This film was created in 2016.