Michael Jordan has worked as a director in the film and television industry over 20 years, contributing greatly to the overall success of the critically acclaimed television series Forensic Files.  Having directed over 275 episodes over the span of a decade, Michael helped evolve the overall look of the show’s dramatic reenactments, and set a standard for all reenactments in the true crime genre.  Working as both a director and cinematographer, Michael’s talent lies in creating a dramatic visual story, while maintaining the realism of these true-to-life scenarios.

 

 

Michael pushed creative boundaries by incorporating high-energy action and stunt sequences into the show, helping keep Forensic Files the continued leader of the true crime genre. His experience in coordinating the action and composition of moving vehicles helped him develop into a successful Director/DP of both car commercials and stunt driving sequences for film and television.

 

 

About

Forensic Files Director

 

Understanding what tools are necessary to achieve visually dynamic driving sequences, Michael trained with Filmotechnic’s Sci-Tech Academy Award Winning U-CRANE SYSTEM (Formerly know as the RUSSIAN ARM). The U-Crane System consists of a gyro-stabilized mobile camera crane and remote camera head, which rides atop a high-speed camera car. The U-Crane System is the premiere tool and industry leader for filming stunt driving sequences and running footage. Michael is one of the top U-Crane Operators in the world, his work having taken him all over the US and Europe, shooting feature films, television shows, and national commercials.

 

 

Click here to see his Resume.

 

 

 

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