In March of 2009 Jordan Meadows founded an independent consultancy to expand his range of focus from automotive design to transportation design solutions for non automotive industries. Ongoing to date, the project has active programs in the Motorcycle, Entertainment, and Healthcare genres.

Prior to creating the company, Jordan Meadows was Design Manager, responsible for guidance and oversight of design team operations, at Mazda’s North American Design Center. During his tenure the team completed 3 noteworthy concept cars: Nagare, Kiyora, and Furai. He was one of the primary designers and creators of Mazda’s “Nagare” design language, which has become the foundation for the design direction of all forthcoming Mazda production vehicles.

Prior to joining Mazda in August 2006, he spent three years as an exterior team leader at Volkswagen Design Center Potsdam. DCP, formally (DCE) is a semi-autonomous design research facility established to support the VW brand portfolio. The group is dedicated to providing advanced design solutions for the Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Seat, and Skoda brands. In addition to his significant design contribution to the Bugatti Galibier concept, Meadows assisted in the development and realization of an all-new advanced design facility for the Volkswagen group in Potsdam, Germany.

Between 1998 and 2003, Meadows served as a senior designer focusing on exterior and interior design at Chrysler. During his tenure, he was the principal designer for three concept cars – Jeep Willys, Dodge Kahuna and Jeep Compass. He also provided key support and was active in the development of the Dodge Sling-shot and Jeep Trio concept cars.

Jordan Meadows holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in vehicle design from the Royal College of Art in London, England and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in industrial design from the Rhode Island School of Design, in Providence, Rhode Island. He currently resides in London England, where he also works as a Design Specialist at Ford’s Strategic design Group.