Jordan P. Anderson is a cinematographer and content creator based out of the Washington, D.C. area. Specializing in documentaries and commercials, Jordan takes on projects with passion and vigor. All aspects of his cinematography are beholden to story and what moves that story. Jordan strives to always deliver cinematic images no matter the story. 

In 2013, he founded his startup video company, Valley Films. His experience as an entrepreneur allowed him to understand the video process from idea to final delivery. Jordan developed his skills and knowledge of social media and video content marketing to always tell a compelling story in the modern year. During his time at the helm of Valley Films, he produced and directed short films, and corporate commercials. 

Every day there is a new challenge and opportunity to learn, make friends, and tell powerful stories.

Staying up to date with camera trends, technologies and softwares is vital to being a successful cinematographer in today's market. Jordan has had a deep working knowledge of many of the latest digital cinema cameras such as the Panasonic GH5, Sony FS7, FS700 and the Sony a7s series. He got his start on the Canon DSLR and Cinema lineup such as the Canon C100, C300MK2 and Canon 5Dmk3. With this knowledge of the camera's workflow with post-production, Jordan is constantly fine-tuning his color grading skills with RAW and Log footage. 

With gaining popularity on YouTube, Jordan creates content for his filmmaking community. Answering the many, detailed questions and paying it forward to young filmmakers is a driving factor for Jordan's content strategy. 

Making the big leap, Jordan joined the video team at tommysTV in early 2016 and moved quickly to make quite the impression on Tommy and the team. At tommysTV, he managed and produced social media content for external and internal marketing purposes. While on set, Jordan operated production cameras and assisted the director of photography. In total, he's has worked on over 75 projects and traveled over 50,000 miles with tommysTV. 

Over the last few years, the pace and creative execution of video content has changed dramatically. Vertical video was only the start. Jordan has taken it upon himself in his process to better understand how video content performs on mobile platform. Jordan has recently moved to the Washington, D.C. area and is excited for the bigger and brighter opportunities out there.