My name is Jordan Peter Stockton and I am an Atlanta based Cinematographer, Video Editor, and Motion Graphics Designer. I began my practice at the age of 17 in Knoxville, TN where I focused on producing amateur skateboarding videos for a few local groups and by the time I was nineteen I was producing my first commercial for one of the local skate shops and not long after premiered my first short skateboarding film entitled "For the Homies."
The next phase was of course College, where I attended Full Sail University in Winter Park, Fl and acquired my Bachelor of Science in Film Production with a focus on Digital Cinematography and Video Editing. Shortly after graduating I moved to Atlanta, GA where I spent the next few years collecting as much experience as possible in a variety of different roles such as DP, Cam Opp, Assistant Jib Opp, Video Editor, Motion Graphics Designer, Production Manager, BTS Photographer, PA, and Grip.
Most recently in 2017 I was privileged enough to spend about nine months as a memeber of a 6 part docuseries entitled the "After Hours Club" where I was contracted as the Camera Operator, Lead Video Editor, and Motion Graphics Designer, but it Certainly doesn't stop there. Working on projects such as Migos "deadz" and "Whats the Price" music videos, to shooting interviews and B-roll for Aljazeera TV, all the way to Atlanta Eats, Kale Me Crazy and even Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey, all in a variety of different roles, has provided the well rounded experience and know how it takes to see your project through from inception to distribution. Want to see more? Hop on over to the Video or Photo sections where you can see all of my collected works from my beginnings back in the good ol smokey mountains of east Tennessee all the way up until today.
Jordan Peter Stockton
I have been in the industry since 2008.
Cinematography, Video editing, Motion Graphics