Jordan Luckman / Design portfolio

Graphics work

PRINT NW

Lakewood, Washington

Prepress Technician

March 2018 – Present

 

STELLA COLOR

Seattle, Washington

Prepress Specialist

May 2016 – May 2017

 

GOOGLE MAPS

Kirkland/Bothell, Washington

Visual Data Specialist

March 2011 – March 2013

 

OVERNIGHT PRINTING & GRAPHICS

Seattle, Washington

Offset Prepress Technician

December 2010 – March 2011

 

REGENERATOR RECORDS

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Packaging Designer/Graphic Designer

(Contract)

2009 – 2010 + 2015

 

LIGHT IN THE ATTIC RECORDS

Seattle, Washington

Packaging Designer/Graphic Designer

(Contract–originally an internship)

2007 – 2011

Skills

Illustrator

Muse/responsive web

InDesign

After Effects

Photoshop

Audition

Premiere

Encore

Final Cut Pro

ProTools

 

Acrobat

Office

Mac & PC

 

New typography

Graphic design & production projects

The Chessmen packaging

The Crome Syrcus promo

Terry Jacks booklet and promo

Light In The Attic packaging and promo

Metropolis: Seattle Ice Hockey History

Monks reissue packaging

Mono In Vcf [.tv]

Mono In Vcf: Tape [HD, 2017]

Seattle Battle Hockey Club

Seattle Mariners Baseball Club

Seattle SuperSonics Basketball

Winter's Bone ST packaging

I am a 2008 graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle (Bachelor of Fine Arts) developing creative design.

"Jordan is a very talented graphic designer, with a great work ethic and a desire to help drive the companies he works for forward to achieve better success. He was willing to jump in and lean how to run new machines outside of his department and skill set to help keep our company running smooth. He is a great team player, and hard worker. I would highly recommend Jordan to anyone who is looking for a creatively talented, dedicated employee."

–Elden Goe, Stella Color project manager in 2017

When I was growing up in Edgewood, Washington, I had dedication to finding a route to designing shoes for Nike. I would sketch ideas for my friends involved in school basketball, along with shoe designs that were out at the time.

 

At 20, in 2004, I worked with friends on a band from Tacoma, called Mono In Vcf. We lived in a vintage 70's rambler house together that is now long gone. We achieved a demo deal with Sony/Columbia, based on the strength of a four-song EP in May 2005, which singer/songwriter Charles Perales titled The Voltage Control EP.

 

The EP had a charting amount of radio play on Seattle's KEXP-FM,  which led us to work with a local music lawyer. He lined us up to find success in the exact way that MGMT evolved at that same time on the other side of the country, based on one EP, by joining Red Ink and Sony/Columbia.

 

I have since had many exciting experiences in graphics, and been able to learn many applications for creating something new.