The DFW NPR affiliate, KERA, produced an Artist Spotlight video on Jordan! Take a look!
JORDAN MATHIS is a freelance cinematographer and photographer with near a decade of industry experience. Based in Fort Worth, Jordan has traveled to 44 states and over 13 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. He has worked on a variety of projects ranging from Advertisements, Environmental projects, Sports, and Television shows to documenting medical outreach for Non-Profits.
His work has been featured on the BBC, Freeform (ABC Family), Spike TV, FOX Sports, ESPN, MTV, AFI Film festival, HBO, NFL Films, Frontier Airlines, and the Big Screen on Times Square.
Jordan began his freelancing career after graduating from Southern Methodist University with a BA in Cinema Television and a minor in Photography. While there, he had the opportunity to work with 16mm film, compete and win a national advertising competition, win a Silver ADDY, and receive the SMU Departmental Honor Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Cinema/Television Production.
While in school, Jordan studied 35mm and 4 X 5 Photography and was immensely impacted by his teacher, Charlie DeBus, who was mentored by Ansel Adams.
Jordan focuses his love for photography and cinematography into his most specialized craft; motion control time-lapse. He owns and operates a CamBLOCK portable motion control system, which is capable of repeatable special effects shots and incredible 4-axis time-lapse photography. His Motion Control work has been featured on national ad campaigns, and two national television series.