Madeline Jorden is a photographer and videographer committed to documenting environmental and cultural issues that affect our world.
For the past four years, she has worked as the staff photographer and videographer for Ranchlands, a media-oriented ranch management group. Her work for Ranchlands has been published on their social media, in print in travel publications, and exhibited at Ranchlands' annual art show. Her personal projects have taken her on a 600-mile bike trip through Montana, Idaho, and Utah, behind the scenes of a Mexican lucha match in Guadalajara, Mexico, and into the tents of nomads on the Tibetan grasslands.
Jorden graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University in 2013 with a dual bachelor's degree in government and art history. She first became interested in photography and video while volunteering for nonprofit groups abroad.