Jordan is a student living in Columbia, Mo., she is part of the inaugural class with the Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism at the University of Missouri. Her family moved from California to Missouri when she was 7 years old. She often juggles several creative projects at a time, taking up opportunities when they arise in order to purposefully use a camera and tell a story. When taking a break, she often does so by hiking, camping, or cuddling with her cat Daryl while watching the latest stand-up on Netflix.

This past summer she lived in Utah while interning in the Archives department at Sundance Institute located in Park City, Utah. Jordan has an intense curiosity about the world around her and the people living in it, she strives for this curiosity to come through in her visual artistry. Jordan is a filmmaker who is constantly inspired by the works of filmmakers such as: the Maysles, Chantal Akerman, Guy Maddin, Jonas Mekas, and Clio Barnard. She loves being surrounded by aspiring artists and inspiring, motivated individuals.

Jordan has a thick history of volunteering for local film festivals as a screener, or liaison for filmmakers during True/False Film Fest and Citizen Jane Film Festival as well as other non-profit organizations in her community.

For more information on Jordan's work please look around her website, or feel free to get in touch. She would love to hear from you.

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