We shoot cutting edge videos and provide a forum to give people a voice. Engagement. Discussion. Empowerment.
About Jordan Gray
Jordan Gray Jordan is currently a student at the University of Sussex where he is studying for a Master’s degree in English, with a particular focus on Kleinian psychoanalysis and Modernist writing. He studied for his undergraduate degree in Liverpool, where he spent three years writing as a political journalist for the city's student newspaper, The Looprevil Press. He has previously written for The Times, where he worked on the weekend desk, and The Daily Mail, where he worked on the City & Finance desk. Jordan’s writing is heavily influenced by liberal ideas and he has developed a writing style that typically leans towards the political left wing. Jordan became a political journalist in order to provide young people with a more accessible platform for discovering the aspects of politics that affects them, at a time when voter turnout amongst 18-25 year olds has seen record lows.
“We know that young people have a view, but too often they don’t have a voice. Catch21’s work is vital in encouraging 18-24 year-olds to participate in the political debate so that British democracy really does mean rule by the people – all people.”