American film photographer Jordan Lockhart is known for his striking and uncomplicated depictions of nature and urban space. His foresight and meticulousness behind each piece derives from a lifelong passion of film-making and architectural design.
After starting his career in Los Angeles, he moved to New York City where he began shooting film after a ten year hiatus. Taking an average of one photo per day from his collection of over 30 cameras, it was not uncommon for a roll of film to last 6 months or even a year. In early 2017 he sold all but three cameras and moved to Budapest, Hungary.