(8/6/18 – Syracuse, N.Y.) Director of Video Production Jordan Harmon is showing off some of his handiwork with a different kind of camera this summer in Syracuse.
Jordan’s still photography is being displayed in six empty storefronts along Washington Street as part of the Downtown Syracuse Committee’s Art in the Windows project. It’s the first foray into public exhibition for the longtime photographer.
He teamed up with friend Chris Stein to create the collection dubbed “Looking Up.” The work features various facades across the city.
Art in the Windows is a collaboration of the Syracuse Downtown Committee and building owners around town. The effort is intended to spotlight local artists while also drawing attention to available spaces around the city.
Jordan used a little creativity and ingenuity for his part in the project, using reclaimed wood from pallets and even a bit from his house to construct his displays.
You can catch Jordan’s work through mid-September on Washington Street between Salina and Warren or take a look at his and Stein’s Syracuse-inspired photography here.