Creativity is a gift. This gift allows us to show the beauty in life, whether it is in a simple picture or an elaborate feature film. The creativity inside needs to be shared so connections can be forged.
Simplicity and purpose are keys to my creative style. These are tools used to unlock the concious road of thought that lead to the understanding of connection. My projects focus on the betterment of human growth and invoke feelings of emotional trust between the viewer and the subject material.
Simplicity is something we tend to overlook and over complicate. I have to ask, who does not love the cleanness of a story? Do you not love when you get the goosebumps after hearing the modesty in someone's voice after they speak their truth? These concepts help you appreciate the minimal aspects of video productions. My projects strive on this core concept, what is the simplest way of creating a good heartfelt video.
For me to capture beauty, a sense of purposefulness is needed. A project has a reason to be shared with an audience. But, does it serve as a principle concept that I believe in? I was born to be a creative person and through my artistic passion, I help and serve those around me.There is a divine drive within my creativity; with that the intention of beauty is unlocked to be shared. May it be allocated through recreating a client's vision, so they know that what we create will help the world grow. With every project I strive to make it an experience that engulfs everyone involved, and helps flourish a development of positivity that creates a longing to make more videos. It is my honor and blessing to work with any who are just as passionate to produce with a loving effort, a work of art that improves our lives.
Jordon Kopreski is a videographer, photographer & all around passionate man for the Creative Media field. He is currently based in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Though he expresses he is willing to travel anywhere.
Jordon was born in Burlington city, New Jersey. For the first 16 years of his life, Jordon developed the passion for music videos. If he wasn’t watching them, he was visualizing various musical stories to the songs that surrounded his environment. Jordon even joined a local dance hall to learn hip-hop choreography, in hopes to work on music video sets.
Jordon didn’t hold his first video camera till the ripe age of 21. Even though he started off at an older age than most, he hit the ground running. In college, he applied to creative media institute in 2014. Within his time at college, Jordon worked his way from the bottom to the top. He started off as a grip and ended up as the key videographer for film department his last semester.
When asked where did his passion for videography come from, Jordon paused with a smile,
“One year the universe gave me a choice, either to live or die. I chose life and medically did what I needed to get done, in order to (finally) live. Within that process I found the beauty of life. I wanted to share what I found with everyone else. Everyday we wake up till the moment we rest our head, our lives are filled with emotion. How awesome would it be if I could show the growth of human consciousness through emotion? How awesome would it be if that, I could, turned into I did.”
All of Jordon’s projects are completed with one thought in mind. “Is this film going help someone feel, grow, or heal? Yes? Then lets share this with the world.”
As part of his service to his clients, Jordon brings his sincere energy to the table. His open book personality and humble attitude, keeps all his projects fun. It’s not uncommon to find Jordon sharing meals with clients, six months after projects are done. Every day is new opportunity to build relations for Jordon; Life is only as good as the people you bring into it.