Dancers Among Us - STREB live photo shoot
Check out this incredible behind the scenes video capturing an amazing night of Jordan Matter photographing STREB EXTREME ACTION in front of the Grace Building in New York City on May 7. Presented by Arts Brookfield, the night's festivities also included a Dancers Among Us photo and video slideshow, and a raffle of prints and books.
Dancers Among Us goes around the USA in Ninety Seconds
Footage shot by various volunteers around the country, set to maybe my favorite rock and roll duet ever. This video has been viewed over 60,000 times! Let's keep that number climbing!
The Today Show, May 2013: Poignant portraits say: 'I am the Jersey Shore'
After Superstorm Sandy, there were countless images of loss and devastation, but photographer Jordan Matter's portraits of the people who call the Jersey Shore home tell the true story of the resiliency of the seaside community.
DS2DIO features Jordan, Allison Holker & Stephen "tWitch" Boss
"Dancers are the ideal people to photograph- they're beautiful, collaborative, artistic, expressive, and, most importantly, they love what they do. For three years, I've worked with people who inspire me every day."
Dancers Among Us - Attack of the Seagulls
Brave dancers from Sarasota Ballet are under attack by ravenous birds on America's #1 beach- Siesta Beach in Sarasota, FL. This hi definition video was created by Pamela Bob with her iPhone!
Dancers Among Us in Chicago - on the Metra Tracks
Behind the scenes footage of dancer Erin Clyne "jogging" across the Nortwestern Metra Line tracks.
Dancers Among Us: in Harlem, NYC
Dancers Among Us: in Harlem The first in a series of "be ALIVE" videos, featuring Michael McBride, a dancer with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Jordan featured on The Today Show for his Uncovered project.
A documentary is being made about my grandfather Herbert Matter. The filmmaker interviewed me and my father, and then wanted some footage of the three generations together. Hudson grabbed his guitar.
Hudson was invited on stage to jam with a band in Alaska. He stayed for the entire set. He's three years old and the show ran past midnight. Please don't call child services.