Jordan Michael Coulson
Jordan Michael Coulson graduated from Towson University with a degree in Electronic Media and film. Under the guidance of Jason Reed, Jordan became a professional hip-hop instructor for all ages and skill levels. Jordan launched a professional as an Actor, a filmmaker and a songwriter/recording artist under the moniker "JMC". As "JMC", Jordan provides visually explosive live stage shows and performs hip hop music that sounds as good as anything you hear on the radio, but does not degrade women, or promote violence. Read more... his second album as well as the highly anticipated Reach! compilation album. Jordan has appeared in films such as Step-Up, Annapolis, The Bourne Ultimatum and Night at the Museum 2. Jordan has starred in several independent films and national commercials for Domino's Pizza, The Baltimore Ravens and Union Memorial Hospital. Jordan teamed with Jason Reed to co-produce and perform a new song titled "What If" that was recorded for the Reach! compilation album and includes Broadway and Film Star Tracie Thoms (Rent, Devil Wears Prada, Cold Case). Jordan is also writing/producing the feature film "Reach for the Sky" which is based on the actual events and ideals of the Reach! program. Jordan is in charge of all things "creative" for the Reach curriculum, produces all the film, video and music production and also teaches a portion of the Reach! classes.