Film has always been a big part of Jordan Ramirez’s life. After purchasing his first DSLR camera to film a few musical endeavors, Jordan eventually landed an editing gig Petroleum Service Company in Wilkes-Barre, where he spent two years learning the trade. It was there that he met coworker and friend Pat Gensel, with whom he filmed and edited his first mini-documentary.
Jordan eventually left his job at PSC to focus on his budding music career, and ended up forming a friendship with Sam O’Connell, Coal Creative’s Creative Director. After working on several video and music projects with Sam, Jordan jumped at the opportunity to work at Coal Creative as a Video Production Specialist, where he assists in production and post-production of the video department.
In his free time, Jordan enjoys making original music and songwriting, which he calls his biggest passion. He also enjoys writing fiction, although his musical aspirations have taken center stage lately. Jordan hopes that either of those things can be considered serving the world, in one way or another.