Jordan’s passion for media started in High School when he discovered he had a talent for capturing and editing video. This then led to him doing a course in Creative Media Production where he picked up skills in radio, television and print.

He graduated with honors from the University of Brighton in England in July 2015 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While at university he did a few internships and jobs with local and national media outlets including ITV and the BBC.

Jordan started freelancing at KSTU-FOX 13 in 2016 as an Associate Producer. You’ll see stories written by Jordan on as well as see and hear content produced by him on Fox 13 News.

He enjoys photography outside of work and likes to make the most of Utah’s scenic views, especially along the Wasatch Front. Jordan was born and raised in England and moved to the states in August 2015.

Recent Articles
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    WEST POINT – A Utah man’s app is getting attention all because of the subject matter. Josh Lytle is the creator of the ‘Not A Bar’ app. He said it took him about two years to create it, and the app evolved from a joke. “It was probably a year and a half ago all these signs started coming up,” Lytle said. Those signs went up as part of the legislation to bring down “Zion Curtains”, which were barriers installed […]

  • Apple AirPods 2 with wireless charging case and better battery life now available

    CUPERTINO – For the third day in a row, Apple quietly launched another piece of tech ahead of a press event scheduled for March 25. The company announced Wednesday morning its next-generation wireless AirPods, featuring a wireless charging case, improved battery life, and hands-free access to Siri, Apple’s voice assistant. You can buy the new AirPods with a wireless charging case for $199 or with the standard case for $159, the same price as the original AirPods. The wireless charging […]

  • Fitbit launches four new wearables for kids and adults

    SAN FRANCISCO – Fitbit is adding four new wearables to its product range. They include the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, the Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR, and the Fitbit Ace 2. The popular fitness tracker maker announced the new lineup of devices on Wednesday. They include a new budget-friendly smartwatch, two health-focused fitness trackers, and an upgraded device for kids ages six and up. Fitbit’s app is also getting an upgrade. The new design is supposed to make it easier […]

  • Snowbird launches new ‘R.I.D.E’ app encouraging carpooling

    SALT LAKE CITY – Snowbird Ski Resort launched an app which encourages carpooling and public transit. The free app is called ‘R.I.D.E’ and stands for Reducing Individual Driving for the Environment. Snowbird says the app is designed to help lower carbon dioxide emissions and traffic congestion in Little Cottonwood Canyon while rewarding for taking the UTA Ski Bus or carpooling with 3 or more people up to Snowbird’s ski resort. The interactive map within the app displays all the rides available from […]

  • Cat survives sliding down Indiana dam spillway

    HUNTINGTON, Indiana — A runaway cat is now safe after getting stranded on a dam spillway and now the video of its rescue is going viral. The Huntington County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook saying they got a phone call from someone fishing at the spillway off of State Road 5. In one picture, a cat can be seen in the very center of it. Deputies say they don’t know how the animal got there because there’s no way to […]

  • New online challenge involves gummy bears and an Adele song

    There’s a new online challenge taking over the social media platform known as Tik Tok and it’s starting to spread to places like Twitter too. This one involves Adele’s hit song “Someone Like You” and gummy bears. In the original video that’s believed to have started the trend, a gummy bear appears to sing the first few words to the song’s chorus as Adele. The camera then pans to a huge audience of gummy bears who finish off the line […]

  • Video appears to show Taco Bell employee refusing to serve man who is deaf

    KETTERING, Ohio – A Taco Bell employee is reportedly out of a job for allegedly refusing service to a deaf man. In a video posted to social media, a man is seen trying to get a drive-thru workers’ attention by holding his phone up to the window. The woman who posted the video, Becky Rosemont Burch, included the caption which says in part, “This is my Deaf son getting discriminated against in the Taco Bell drive-thru on Dorothy Ln in Kettering. He […]

  • Police searching for man who shot at home, truck in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Police are asking for help finding a man they said shot at a pickup truck and house near 1100 W. California Ave. around 10:45 p.m. Tuesday. Officers said it started when two men who apparently knew each other met inside the nearby 7-Eleven. Police said both men left; one got into a black pickup truck, the other came out and started shooting. Witnesses told police the person in the truck sped out of the parking […]

  • Two people found dead in Provo barn fire, nine horses killed

    PROVO, Utah – Two people have been found dead after a barn fire in Provo at the Finch Family Farm. Provo Police said nine horses were killed as well. Provo Fire and Rescue said the fire started around 1:30 a.m. Monday near 358 S. 2470 W. A firefighter was hurt battling the flames when he was hit in the face with a hose nozzle. He went to the hospital for evaluation, according to Provo Fire and Rescue. Provo Fire Capt. Dean York […]

  • Police K-9 takes down man after chase through West Valley City

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – A man is in custody after a police chase through West Valley City overnight. Authorities said the chase started near 3500 S. and 4400 W. where they found a man in a stolen car. Officers said they saw Jason Hinkson jump into the car and take off.  Police chased Hinkson and set up spike strips, deflating two of his tires. Officers said they used a PIT maneuver to stop the car, ending chase near 3100 S. […]

  • 3-Alarm fire burns about 20 acres near the University of Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Investigators are looking into what caused a grass fire near the University of Utah. Fire crews first got wind of it around 1:30 a.m. on Friday when they received calls about some smoke and flames up in the Federal Heights area of Salt Lake City, just north of the Huntsman Cancer Institute (2000 E. Circle of Hope Drive). Crews arrived on scene and immediately started dumping water onto the flames. The fire was knocked down in […]

  • 7 teens in hospital after car flies off road, lands in trees in Weber County

    WEBER COUNTY, Utah – Seven teens are in the hospital after their car left the road and landed in some trees in Weber County. Early Thursday morning the teens’ Honda Accord sped off State Road 39 at Milepost 42 near the Rich County-Weber County line. The car landed in some trees about 120 feet from the road, the Weber County Sheriff’s Office said. One of the teens crawled out of the car and back to the road to get cell […]

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