Jordan RayProducer / Editorjordanr@bespokevid.com

Jordan has been shooting, editing and producing video for 15 years. He has worked as an award winning photojournalist, producer, writer, field technician and satellite uplink operator from Texas to New York City. He is dedicated to quality and realism in visual storytelling ranging from an award-winning documentary on the oil industry in North Texas to numerous productions covering “Occupy Wall Street”, Hurricane Sandy and the National Football League. A small town boy, Jordan grew up in Electra, Texas and earned his Bachelor of Arts in mass communication from Midwestern State University in nearby Wichita Falls where his love of video was born. His work has aired all over the country on Animal Planet, The Sportsman Channel, World Fishing Network, The Weather Channel, FOX Sports, FOX News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC and local news stations in multiple television markets. Jordan is an expert photographer with a passion for storytelling.


A Little Q&A with Jordan Ray

How did you get to Bespoke Media Group?

I was working for FOX 5 in New York City when I got a call from Bespoke’s President & CEO, Rick Rogala asking me to move back to Little Rock and help the company make the best videos we could make.

What's the best thing you've seen on the internet?

Wut? Is this a real question? This will reveal my weirdness. In general: reddit. All of it. It can be whatever you want it to be.This fan video for Placebo’s My Sweet Prince. It’s not the official music video, but it should be. One of the best things I’ve ever seen. And one of my favorite songs. Seriously, watch this.

What's a little known fact about you?

I’ve been playing guitar and singing since I was 15. I also play the ukulele and used to drive cabs.

What movie or tv show do you most regret watching?

So many. Probably Scarface. And the whole Fast and Furious series.

What has been your most embarrassing job?

I sold vacuum cleaners door to door for a few months. I sold one. To my parents. Thought I would’ve said driving cabs? Nope. That job kicked ass.

What do you most love about what you currently do?

I get to be creative and work with people I love.

What device, gadget, or kitchen appliance could you absolutely not live without?

I’d give you my phone to keep my refrigerator.

If you could only write with one color for the rest of your days, what would it be?

Why would anyone not choose black?