As a recent graduate in Clarinet Performance Major from the University of Southern Maine, Jordan studied classical clarinet with Thomas Parchman, jazz with Barry Saunders, and composition with Daniel Sonenberg. Jordan has won various competitions including USM’s 2014 Concerto Competition, playing as a soloist with the Southern Maine Symphony Orchestra, Kotzschmar Memorial Trust Scholarship in 2016 and 2017, and the New England Intercollegiate Band NECBA Solo Competition 2016. In Fall 2015, Jordan was given the opportunity to perform Strauss’s Duet Concertino with the Southern Maine Symphony Orchestra and the Portland Ballet. He was also given the opportunity to have his piece, Flying With Dragonflies, premiered by the USM Concert Band for their 2014 winter concert, and his newest work, Unravel, was performed by the USM Wind Ensemble on their 2017 Spring concert. Jordan was the composer and sound engineer for the student run indie game studio Timeshock Games, and an administrator of the International Game Developer's Association (IGDA) chapter at USM. He currently works as the composer, audio engineer, audio designer, and programmer for various games hosted at the Ci2 Lab at USM.