Jordan is responsible for maintaining efficiency across post-production processes. His role is to lead and monitor all projects to ensure compliance with Launch Media and industry standards as well work alongside the Creative Director to disseminate best practices and policies, enforcing compliance. Although his main role at Launch Media is to control the “chaos,” his experiences working in broadcast news and radio allows him to wear many different hats.
Peck began his career in video production as a Studio Camera Operator and Production Assistant, for Catholic Life television in Baton Rouge, LA. After three years, he made the decision to move to Atlanta, GA, where he received a Certification for Television and Radio Broadcasting allowing him to land a position at Crawford Communications as Master Control Operator, monitoring the broadcast of 15 local stations. Seeking more of a creative challenge, Peck returned to Baton Rouge, where he joined the WBRZ news team as a News Videographer, Editor and Graphic Designer. After three years of working in broadcast news, he decided to become a freelance videographer and producer working with Louisiana businesses and production houses. It was after several contract gigs with Launch Media that he was offered a full-time position with the company.
Born and raised in Baton Rouge, LA, Peck graduated from LSU in 2006 with a BA in General Studies and minors in psychology, sociology, and social work. What began as a daytime audio production assistant at KLSU and nighttime DJ gigs at varied locales, Peck realized his avid interest and natural talent in the production and entertainment industry. Peck continues his on/off DJ career after 10+ years, but in his free time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, listening to music, photography, playing video games, and spending time with family, friends, and dog Biff.
Hometown: Baton Rouge, LA
Childhood dream job: Ice Cream Man
Something cool you've done: Shared the stage with 2 Live Crew and Vanilla Ice