T ommy knew he wanted to be a filmmaker when he saw Wes Anderson’s “Rushmore” in 1998. He immersed himself in film in the early 2000s and moved to Los Angeles to learn the trade. After six years producing television, he came home to Baton Rouge in 2009. In 2011 he opened tommysTV. Since then, he’s won multiple ADDY awards for his work and has produced content for Raising Cane’s, Louisiana Economic Development, Dow Chemical, Louisiana Culinary Institute, Louisiana Travel, Baton Rouge Airport, and Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area. He has directed over 50 commercials for Walmart as part of an award-winning national c ampaign and has produced content for MTV, NBC, Discovery Channel, History Channel, A&E and Nickelodeon.
"To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children ... to leave the world a better place ... to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded"Ralph Waldo Emerson
Jordan’s artistic eye and knack for logistics allows for creative productivity within the budget. Having a degree in international trade and finance doesn’t hurt either. Before tommysTV.
Jordan owned and operated a production and post-production audio studio. He has worked on films and TV series for Paramount, Nickelodeon, Fox, Summit Entertainment, Nu Image, Millennium Films, Wildfire Studios, SyFy, A&E, Lifetime, Active Entertainment, and After Dark.
Since 2013, he’s been a key contributor for tommysTV, producing commercials and video content for Walmart, Balfour Beatty Construction, Louisiana Economic Development, The Outdoor Shopper, and other local and national brands.
Josh was tommyTV’s first employee. For the past four years, he’s been the team’s post-production supervisor, working on every project that comes through the door.
Josh has spent countless days (and nights!) dialing in the perfect edit. A film buff, avid reader, and staunch supporter of macaroni and cheese, everyone in the office appreciates his honest candor and forthright opinions.
We’re also deeply concerned about the lack of sunlight he gets.