Jared M. Gordon
An award-winning media professional and graduate of New York University's Tisch
School of the Arts film and television program, Jared M. Gordon and his work have
appeared on MTV Networks, Nickelodeon, the
BBC,  NBC's Today Show,  
AOL.com,  The Huffington Post,  the Washington Post,  the New York Times
political blog,  USA Today,  The Blacklist, and many more broadcast outlets.

His film/video production company,
Winter Twilight Productions, LLC, has an
exhibition record that includes the Tribeca Film Festival, Silicon Valley Film
Festival, Garden State Film Festival, Glen Rose Neo-Relix Film Festival, Atlanta
Underground Film Festival, Detroit Windsor International Film Festival, Bare Bones
International Film and Music Arts Festival, Kent Film Festival, and New York
Magazine First Run Film Festival.  Here's his
IMDb entry, his LinkedIn profile, his
CV, and his reel.

Jared holds a master's degree in screenwriting from Hollins University.  In addition
to his screenwriting and screenplay consulting work, Jared has written and
edited for
New England Film Magazine, contributed articles to The Independent,
The Brattle Film Notes,
Some Other Magazine, The Gamer's Quarter, and runs
the popular bad date story blog
A Bad Case of the Dates. He has been a judge in
the
NYC Midnight Screenwriting Challenge. Jared's also a saber fencer and is
legally ordained to perform weddings.

As a member of SAG-AFTRA, Jared has performed voice-over work for Nickelodeon
(Merry Nickmas, Toonavision, Friday Night Nicktoons promotions), Saturday Night
Live, Six Flags, A&E, and even Dairy Queen.  He starred in
The Man of 100 Voices
Internet video series, with a combined hit count of over 10 million.  These and
other videos, including irreverent public service announcements, can be found on
his
YouTube channel.

He currently teaches film production and screenwriting in Boston, Massachusetts.
His writer's blog is at
Jared's Inkwell and he offers script coverage services.

Thanks for visiting!  Contact Jared at jared at jaredmgordon dot net.