While at William Paterson University, Jordan studied media production with a focus on film and cinematography. He also worked as a TA, assisting faculty and students with filmmaking workshops and training. After graduation, he traveled to Ireland and the Netherlands to work on a narrative film production with a multinational crew. For the next eight years, Jordan led a creative team at NBPro Media and oversaw the production of hundreds of documentary and commercial projects, working with nonprofits such as The NJ Sharing Network, an organ and tissue donation advocacy group, and Habitat for Humanity. In October 2022, Jordan completed principal photography on his first narrative feature film, Wayward Kin. He shot the film in the plains of North Texas with a crew largely composed of students from the University of North Texas Dallas film program. Jordan now works as an independent film producer, cinematographer, and editor, helping to tell riveting stories and spotlight underserved communities through documentary and narrative films. Jordan is fluent in English and proficient in Spanish and Japanese. This fall, he will travel back to the Netherlands to direct and shoot a documentary about a runner in the TCS Amsterdam Marathon.