Meet Jordan! One of our newest members of our outstanding group of NYC Laners! Jordan is a professional singer and dancer who has lived all over! She has called California, Montana, New Jersey, Michigan, and NYC home. Jordan loves to travel, read, and write in her time outside the Lane. A self declared Francofile, this Laner loves everything from Paris to “I love Lucy”. She is pursing her passion for performance and dance photography here in New York. Jordan is currently working on a reading of a new musical called Goodbye New York! We love having this busy Laner on the team!!
You can check out her work on Instagram @j.eaglephotography!!
What is your favorite part about working on the Lane?
I love how each event is so different and I appreciate the opportunity to utilize my vast array of skill sets from my professional aspirations to my various side hustles!
What has been your favorite gig with Mustard Lane?
So far I’ve only worked one, but it was a blast! We got to work and event premiering the new facilities at Hudson Yards! The buildings were beautiful and the downstairs “Little Spain” was really something special to see!
What do you do outside of the Lane?
I dance a lot and I sing tons! I love musical theatre and do that most often, but concert dance with always have a piece of my heart. When I’m not performing I’m snapping pics of those who do! I am a dance photographer based in nyc! I just finished choreographing and dancing in a music video for Rorie music. It will be released in January!
What is your greatest accomplishment?
In college I suffered a traumatic near death experience. I had to withdraw from school for a semester and couldn’t do any physical activity for 8 months. I still managed to graduate with honors, ON TIME, with two degrees, a membership in Phi Beta Kipp Society, and perform while doing it.
Chocolate or fruity candy?
What would the title of your autobiography be?
Bubbles, Bibles, Bad days, and Coffee.
What is the last great vacation you took?
I went to Paris for 7 days for my 1st anniversary. My husband let me plan the entire week as I’d always dreamed when I was a little girl. After Paris we continued on through London to Wales and on to Scotland for his cousins wedding. It was an amazing experience. But Paris, Paris was perfection.
What is the last book you read?
The Bell Jar.
What is your go to coffee order?
Hot coffee with a splash of cream.
What is the best piece of advice you’ve received?
Get out of your own way. Sometimes we over plan sometimes we under plan but I always come back to this piece of advice.