The noted film and television production designer, author, and anti-bullying activist sat down to discuss his life, his career, and his professional philosophy.
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / August 31, 2022 / It is with great enthusiasm that Jordan Ninkovich, film and television production designer, author, and anti-bullying activist, announces that he is the subject of a new interview. The interview, which was conducted by journalist Stefan Junge on behalf of an online periodical aimed at businesspeople and entrepreneurs, was published on August 15, 2022.
Early in the piece, Jordan explains what inspired him to pursue film and television production design as a vocation. "Becoming a film and television production designer blossomed from being in front of the camera as an actor. I loved being on set in a variety of different departments, whether it be acting or production design," he says, adding, "Even though acting was my first love in the film industry, ultimately, I enjoyed the atmosphere and the environment of being on set more than anything else."
Further along in the interview, Jordan Ninkovich is asked what trends in his industry excite him, replying, "Honestly, the trend that excites me in film and television is a move toward producing more period pieces. I love art nouveau and the Art Deco movement. I love the aesthetic of the 1940s. That being said, trends come and go. As a designer, I always need to be on top of what's de rigueur, and I definitely like merging the old with the new and having fun with it. It's always a good time."
About Jordan Ninkovich:
Jordan Ninkovich grew up in Richmond, British Columbia. In high school, Jordan played high-level basketball to the point where he gave consideration to playing at a semi-pro level in Europe. An injury in his senior year, however, precluded him from pursuing this.
After graduating, Jordan began working in BC's famous film and television industry, including a bit of stage acting. While acting, he enrolled in an Interior Design program at the Vancouver College of Art and Design (VCAD), which was then known as Yorkville University. Since then, he has designed several homes and commercial spaces.
Jordan Ninkovich is an accomplished film production designer for film and television. In the past, he has worked with networks such as Hallmark, Lifetime, Fox, TUBI, A&E, amongst many others. Jordan's outstanding work ethic and leadership skills are evident in his craftsmanship. He always approaches production design by endeavoring to raise the quality of every project he works on. As a result, Jordan provides producers, directors, and networks with excellent deliverables for each production. Most recently, he was part of a production design for the film ‘Caught in His Web,' executive produced by Whoopi Goldberg, as well as the new Fox film ‘The Shell Collector,' and a few Hallmark Christmas movies.
Additionally, Jordan has recently been signed on to perform production design for the upcoming film ‘Spread' with Harvey Keitel. He also continues to pursue his acting career.
In addition to his work in the film and television industry, Jordan Ninkovich is an author. His most recent work, called ‘Epidemic,' is about bullying and obesity in youth, and he toured across Canada in 2016 to promote the book and speak to youth about bullying and wellbeing.
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