Jordan was recently featured on Freda Scott’s blog. The “Wired Versus Wild” article discusses the differences between Jordan’s landscape and commercial photography.
Q: What do you love about photography?
A: Everything. I was an artistic kid… I loved drawing and painting. My dad would take me to car shows and air shows and let me take pictures with his camera. (This was long before camera camera phones.) In college, I would ditch History to go to the darkroom. I’m equally passionate about the art and technology sides of photography. I dream about cameras. I’m not kidding.
Last year while photographing Silo City in Buffalo, NY, I had the opportunity to check out Niagara Falls.
Jordan was recently interviewed for his rep Freda Scott. The article was published on LinkedIn Pulse.
I recently had a client in need of some superhero like images for a Silicon Valley Comic Con related campaign. Focus would be of actual employees from an accounting software company. The client did a terrific job with casting. These non professional real people models were perfect. We created a ton of images over a two day period. A day in San Diego and another in Silicon Valley.
While photographing this Porsche in the San Francisco Bay Area, I was surprised by two wild things. At one point I crawled out of the car to swap lenses and a large wild turkey walked around the corner a few feet away. It looked right at me and was apparently very surprised to find me standing there. It gobbled, screamed and ran off franticly. Almost cartoon like.
Check out my rep Freda Scott Creatives blog regarding the latest No Traffick Ahead campaign I helped create.
Relay for Life is a 24 hour American Cancer Society fundraiser to fight cancer. Participants not only raise moneythey honor loved ones who lost their lives to cancer and celebrate survivors. People form teams and team members take turns walking a track for a full 24 hours. This video features The Cambrian Relay for Life, in San Jose, CA. Its one of the largest and most lucrative Relays in the country. Its inspiring and uplifting and it generates hundreds of thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society each year.
Salton Sea Landscape Photographs From 223 ft Below Sea Level
In terms of area covered, many Californians (not just those featured in “The Californians” from Saturday Night Live) would be surprised to find out the largest lake in our state is not Lake Tahoe. About an hour south of Palm Desert, CA you will find the Salton Sea.