Matthew Jorgensen is a versatile media monster. He graduated in May of 2014 from the Colorado Media School. Currently Matthew works at Geek Street Society Radio/ geekstreetsociety.com as Program Director, board operator and producer for the morning Mouthwash show. He also works as a radio spot producer for Geek Street Society. Matthew currently has over fifteen commercials currently being aired on GeekStreetSociety. Matthew also participates in The Fourth Wall comic book show where he is a On-Air talent, and completed his internship at MHEDM (Mile High Electronic Dance Music) where he worked hard to explore the underground world of music he thoroughly enjoys.
Although a fair amount of his experience is in radio, Matthew Jorgensen is very active in televised media as well as video production. Matthew has worked on multiple movie projects in a number of different positions varying from actor all the way to director. Matthew co-wrote a script for Teeth-Things You Can Use. During the “Teeth” project Matthew acted, directed, worked the camera, and edited. Last Halloween Matthew came up with a project for the school to work on and inspired the Horrofest Film festival at his school where he and his crew wrote the script. Again Matthew acted, directed, worked on the camera, and edited for the movie “Beyond Recovery.” Matthew also participated in the Colorado Media School’s 48 hour film festival, as both an actor and a camera operator for the movie Adam’s Apple. Matthew was a director for a three minute silent film in the horror genre, The Creeper, in which he wrote the script, storyboard, and did camera work. Matthew also collaborated in writing a 30 second spot for A Firm Harris in which he voice-acted, ran the camera, was floor director, and edited the final product.
Matthew Jorgensen is always looking for new and exciting opportunities in any media field, whether it be acting, voice acting, technical work, editing (audio or video), directing, voice-jockey, disc jockey, floor-directing, grip, gaffer, commercial production, you name it he can do it, or he’ll learn how to quickly. Matthew can cut spots 30 or 60 seconds, television or radio, and can help with any part of the process in either field. You can’t afford not to have this versatile media monster as a part of your crew.