Jordan is an actor, playwright and director. Over the past 15 years he has written 11 plays, six of which have been produced. His current project, Blood Maze (Thieves of Darkness) will be produced in the spring of 2017. He was recipient of the 2009 Vermont Contemporary Playwrights Award. Jordan was a co-writer and artistic collaborator with The Cabaret Guignol, which received its world premiere at the Prague Fringe Festival in 2014. For the past three years, Jordan has been a teaching artist with Vermont Stage’s Vermont Young Playwrights program. As an actor, Jordan has played Big Jim in Vermont Stage's World Premiere of Doublewide, Hyde in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with Middlebury Actors Workshop, Thomas in Vermont Stage’s Venus in Fur, Frank in School for Lies at Waterbury Festival Players, Doug in Gruesome Playground Injuries at Off Center for the Dramatic Arts, and Hamlet in Champlain Theater’s production of Hamlet. Jordan attended the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, studying with Ron Stetson, Richard Pinter and Sanford Meisner. Jordan is also a glassblower and poet.