Carlton Jordan



Carlton Jordan is a multi-hyphenate writer, director, and producer based in Los Angeles. With over fifteen years of TV, film, and digital experience, his career reflects a diverse catalogue of successful projects for Disney, E!, BET, MTV, Bravo, TLC, Fuse and YouTube. Jordan's career began as an intern for Brian Graden, the former President of Programming for MTV. Under Graden, he became a pop culture fanatic and enthusiast, learning the ropes to creating scripted and unscripted content for an in demand demographic. After interning, Jordan became a champion of unscripted TV, rising through the ranks as a producer with over 100 episodes of programming under his belt for projects like "Disney FairyTale Weddings" for Freeform, "Big Freedia: Queen Of Bounce" for FUSE, "Time's Up" for MTV and "Ink, Paper, Scissors" for BET.

Carlton is also a digital influencer who garnered a huge following as a blogger through his former site , which partnered with VIBE Magazine to produce editorial and video content for their lifestyle network. Jordan is also a YouTube Partner - his channel "Blackarazzi", an urban news video collection, has over 23 million views. His other YouTube channel, a scripted web series entitled "Love Handles", has received over 1 million total views and counting, along with a digital deal with the television network TVOne, placing him in the top tier of digital content creators.

Among Carlton's projects in development are a musical film executive produced by T-Boz of the pop group TLC entitled "What About Your Friends", a scripted series entitled "Real Girlfriends Of Savannah High", and he is in pre-production for a book to film project, "Ghetto Plainsman", which he is the writer and producer. Jordan is a native of North Carolina native and a graduate of the Howard University Film School.