Jordan Young is a freelance Music Supervisor and Sync Agent based in Los Angeles, and is the founder of his company Fort Clearington. As a music supervisor, Jordan's work primarily includes independent feature films, documentaries, and unscripted TV. Highlights of his music supervision career include the Peacock Original series Love Island USA (Peacock's most streamed unscripted Original series to date), the Netflix Original documentary Why Did You Kill Me? (which spent over a week in Netflix's 'Top 10 in the US’, peaking at #2), and the independent feature film Single Mother By Choice (currently streaming on Max). He is also a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors and the TV Academy.
This month we’re focusing on helping people get treatment for addiction/substance abuse by raising money for MusiCares. Here’s a bit about the organization.
MusiCares helps the humans behind music because music gives so much to the world.
WHAT WE DO
MusiCares provides a safety net of critical health and welfare services to the music community in three key areas:
Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Services: Support, referrals, and emergency financial assistance for counseling, psychiatric care, inpatient treatment, coaching, intensive outpatient care, sober living and more.
Health Services: Financial assistance during medical crises and preventive services such as dental and medical screenings, hearing clinics, vocal health workshops, and assistance obtaining low-cost health insurance.
Human Services: Support for basic living expenses like rent, utilities, car payments and insurance premiums in times of hardship, plus programs addressing affordable housing, career development, legal issues and senior services.
Please make a minimum $10 donation to MusiCares: https://musicares.org/about?form=donate
RESULTS: $402.80 raised for MusiCares