I'm Jon Jordan, a creative and entrepreneur based in the city of Reading, PA. I consider myself a pop culture enthusiast - intrigued by anything weird, creative, or unique. While I am passionate about all forms of digital media, I've been especially passionate about film since a young age.

Growing up, I idolized filmmakers like Steven Spielberg and Tim Burton. My passion for movies drove me to begin producing short films of my own. My childhood friends and I would spend our weekends and summer vacations creating terrible movies for our made-up production company - Parallel Pictures. Like I said, looking back at them now, the films we made were terrible - but we had a lot of fun making them. I credit Parallel Pictures as my "first" entrepreneurial venture.

Entering middle school, my friends and I turned our attention toward video games. We had aspirations of building our own gaming YouTube channels which lead me to my next, slightly more serious entrepreneurial venture - PwnZonez. PwnZonez was a video gaming website and YouTube channel focused primarily on promoting lesser known and indie video games. The PwnZonez website featured breaking news from the industry as well as Q&A interviews with developers. The YouTube channel focused on gameplay, walkthrough, and commentary videos. Around this time, I also created a less serious gaming channel on the side called The Nintendo Beast - a channel focused solely on Nintendo properties which I so much enjoyed.

By the time I reached high school, I had become obsessed with electronic music and its respective culture. I began dabbling with music production myself - producing mediocre dubstep under the alias Gone Postal. I quickly shifted my focus away from the production side of things and onto my next entrepreneurial venture - Gone Postal Records. Gone Postal Records is an electronic music label aimed at promoting and distributing music for rising producers around the world.

All of my entrepreneurial ventures to this point had been founded with the intent of promoting the digital media that I had come to love so much. Whether it be my own short films, the video games I loved playing, or the electronic music I loved discovering and listening to - they all had that foundation in common. Noticing this trend, I formed Faot Media Company - my firstĀ real business - in April of 2014. Faot Media Company would be a platform upon which I could build a family of digital media groups. These media groups would each specialize in the production, distribution, and promotion of a specific medium. With the formation of Faot Media Company, Gone Postal Records became the flagship Faot Media Group.

In 2017, I began a re-imagining and relaunch of my early entrepreneurial venture, PwnZonez. The project has since been re-branded to Pozz Games and has evolved quite a bit for its new form. Starting with just a gaming centric YouTube channel, Pozz Games will eventually expand into game production and distribution as well. From the start, I developed the plan for Pozz Games with a focus on raising awareness and funds for cystic fibrosis research. Pozz Games would be my first venture into social entrepreneurship - where creating social impact is rooted into the very existence of the project. Pozz Games is also dedicated to one of my best friends who was an integral part of the original PwnZonez project and who passed away in 2018 due to complications with his cystic fibrosis. Pozz Games unofficially launched in 2019 with its first video posting to the channel. It is now held as an example for creating socially driven initiatives throughout Faot Media Company and all of its existing media groups.

With the launch of Pozz Games, I also decided to revisit my old "The Nintendo Beast" channel in early 2020. Over the years, the channel - consisting of just a few Nintendo related videos - had managed to accumulate around 1.86k subscribers while sitting idle. On February 13th, 2020, I uploaded a "state of the channel address" video announcing my decision to become truly active on the channel for the first time ever. In the following year of constant channel activity, including over 100 live streams and around 100 new video uploads, the channel spiked from 1.86k subscribers to around 3.45k subscribers. I now consider this channel to be an extension of Pozz Games.

In 2021, I found my way back to my first creative love in film making. Specifically, my aim was to promote independent animation projects including 2D animation, 3D animation, and stop-motion animation (which is my personal favorite). With this goal in mind, Skeleton Keyframe was founded. Skeleton Keyframe is an animation-centric YouTube channel and virtual film festival that works to promote animation as an art form. The goal is to expand the project into the production and distribution of animated films as well.

And all of that brings us to now! Stay tuned right here on my website to keep up with all my projects, because I've got a lot in the works! Thanks for taking the time to learn a little bit about me!