My work: is not “work.” What moves me is the act of creative collaboration with other likeminded, driven, passionate individuals who seek to produce stunning, cinematic visuals for clients worldwide. The era of the lone wolf, individualistic creative is dead. And what is fun without a team to share it with, anyway?
After nearly a decade of witnessing history as a visual storyteller, my work ethic speaks something like this: strive for greatness, create brilliance & don’t be a dick while living life to the fullest. After all: nobody likes to work with mean people, because mean people suck.
So find your voice, discover your passion & practice every day. Let’s work together. I certainly know I’m looking forward to it.
– Jordan Stead, firstname.lastname@example.org
Based out of my hometown of Seattle, Washington. Available for freelance photo & video assignments worldwide. Aside from organizing the world into one rectangle at a time, I enjoy cold showers, hot vacations & temperate attitudes.
Resume available HERE. References & tearsheets by request.
Clients & associations include (but are not limited to): Microsoft, Chevron, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Zoopa, eVo, CreativeLive, Seattle International Film Festival, Costco, The Associated Press, Reuters, High Country News, Southern Poverty Law Center, Common Language Project, ZUMA Press, American Photo, Corbis, Strideline, NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism, Seattle Parks & Recreation, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Seattle Times, The Las Vegas Review Journal, The Denver Post, The Houston Chronicle, The Provo Daily Herald, The Salt Lake Tribune, Puget Sounds Business Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, The Bellingham Herald, The Skagit Valley Herald, Seattle Magazine, DoubleTruck Magazine, Palm Springs Photo Festival, Society of Professional Journalists, National Press Photographers Association & Washington Press Association.