In between work by Edward Steichen and Ansel Adams, Mark Jordan's photographic reproduction of Georges Seurat's "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jette" hangs on permanent display in the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum. Being showcased beside such luminaries is only one of many honors bestowed on Mark throughout his career—he's also received 11 Loan Collection Awards and was a three time honoree at Epcot Center’s World’s Greatest Photographers exhibit.
Since 1981, he's honed his photographic talents at Mark Jordan Photography, where he crafts traditional and storytelling portraits of families, high school seniors, kids, and couples as well as capturing headshots for business and the arts. Whether in his studio or on location at beaches, parks, and homes, Mark and his wife Kari arrange subjects into unlimited groupings, capture the moment and come away with ample exposures that they later enhance with touch-ups. Businesses such as Tiffany's and Toyota have also commissioned Mark for his headshots, which he retouches with minimal edits or in-depth strokes by whitening teeth, reducing jowls, or enhancing jowls on Nixon impersonators.