Jordan Palmer (’13) is a Halifax based live audio engineer, working with many live sound companies and theatres including FMAV, Sound Systems Plus, SSi, Neptune theatre and Highland Arts Theatre. Jordan became the Front Of House mix engineer and system tech for the Halifax Jazz Festival in the summer of 2015. He mixes and system techs many other festivals such as the Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Big Red Music Festival, Celtic Colours, Harvest Jazz & Blues (PEI), The Festival of Small Halls, Deep Roots Music Cooperative and the Luneburg Folk Festival as monitor engineer or A2 for bands like Blue Rodeo, The Tragically Hip, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Hey Rosetta!, Burton Cummings, Simple Plan, July Talk, Stars and Purity Ring, among others. Previously Jordan spent 3 years as head of audio at the Harbour Theatre in Summerside PEI.
Shortly after graduating OIART’s audio and music production course Jordan did a stint as a Cruise Ship Audio Technician, working his way up to Head of Audio with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. This gave him the opportunity to travel the world. With RCL, his work took him to Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, the French Polynesian Islands, Hawaii and Alaska. Jordan said, “My time at OIART has given me a substantial head start in the industry – not only from a technical standpoint, but also when interacting with clients on a professional level. The confidence I feel operating as well as my troubleshooting skills I attribute to my time with the OIART instructors.”
Thank you Jordan!