Jordan Kinne

Pursuing the perfection of being a generalist.

Jordan Kinne is a born and raised maker. Growing up renovating houses, restoring antique radios and building custom computers, he has a strong appreciation for the nuances between needing a hammer and needing a soldering iron – literally and figuratively. Though, he could argue that a hammer usually does the trick.

Making isn’t just a hobby to Jordan; it’s a way of approaching challenges. When a client needed a hologram display for their launch event but the turnaround wasn’t going to work, he took the challenge on himself. A quick brainstorm with his brother at NASA, and he built a custom-made hologram – all from the inside of WeWork conference room. Turned out to be the highlight of the event.

Jordan finds problem solving to only be half the battle, though. He also knows it needs to look good, be done on-time and be on budget. Thorough project management helps him keep teams running on schedule, mitigate competing priorities and operate swiftly on short timelines without sacrificing any quality.

This perspective has earned him opportunities to work on experiences for global brands like YouTube, Uber, CNN and Google Arts & Culture, while also being recognized as one of BizBash’s 2018’s top Event Designers in their Spring 2019 publication. Highlighting his work on Google’s End of Year Party and Business Roundtable’s CEO Innovation Summit, Jordan brings a multi-faceted approach to event design ensuring that every moment leaves a guest with a lasting impression through flawless execution and design.

Nowadays, Jordan co-runs Inkling – a Washington, DC based creative agency that provides solutions that are intuitive, push the envelope and provide consumer experiences that leave lasting impressions, without compromising the experience of the client. He has established himself as a creative problem solver that uses traditional methods to think outside of the box, and is happiest when traversing the mountains with his dogs or digging through the classifieds in search of the next antique that needs restoration.

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