Living and working in Chicago, and New York City, Jordan has twelve years of professional production experience. His areas of expertise include; live production, lighting design, projection, film, photography, and web design.
Jordan is currently working as the Lighting Designer at Willow Creek Community Church’s 7500 seat South Barrington campus in the suburbs of Chicago.
While still working for the wearable technology company iLuminate. Recognized from their appearance on America's Got Talent, they are credited to be “The best new act in America”
Jordan’s management credits include; Production Stage Manager for iLuminate’s off Broadway show Artist of Light, featured at New World Stages, New York, New York. Production Manager for iLuminate’s segment in the production and tour, of Robin Des Bois, produced by Gilbert Collier and Roberto Ciurleo in Paris, France. Production Stage Manager for Artist of Light’s, Malaysian tour, at Resort World Genting’s, International Showroom, Genting Highlands, Malaysia.
Jordan’s lighting design credits include, iLuminate’s off Broadway show Artist of Light, iLuminate’s nationwide corporate shows, and Artist of Light’s 2015 Malaysian tour. Joining with Chris Brown, Jordan designed and programmed wireless LED panels, Props, and light suits for his IndiGOAT, and Between the Sheets Tours. Jordan also held the position of resident lighting designer for three years at Faith Chapel’s Performing arts center.
As a touring Technician Jordan has worked on performances around the world for high profile clients and venues including Google, Proctor and Gamble, Bloomingdales, Emirates Airlines, Nike, Lex Lu, Resorts World, New York Festival of Lights, Light Fair Philadelphia, Good Morning America, Webster Hall, and Horizon 50.
Previously he was the Senior Broadcast Engineer at Faith Chapel. Working in an 1800 seat mixed HD/SD live performance facility. Working his way through all levels of live production including Camera operator, Director, Producer, and Audio engineer.
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