Jordan Hearns is an Irish artist.

His practice is an exploration into the significance of communal and domestic spaces as vessels for individualism and expression, explored through the contexts of time, memory and impermanence. Hearns’ work is concerned with underground clubbing spaces and their immediate communities, romantic chronicles and transient urban floral-scapes. His most recent works are presented in a mixed-media manner, incorporating still and moving image, audio production and curation, and artist-editioned publications.

He is a graduate of Photography from Technological University Dublin (2021) and recipient of the Photo Museum Ireland Early Career Artist Award (2021 - 2022.) Varying works and subsequent publications from Hearns are housed in the PhotoIreland Archive, Photo Museum Ireland’s Archive of Irish Contemporary Photography, The Bishopsgate Institute, and Yves Saint Laurent Archive. His work has been highlighted by the Irish Times, BOP Bristol and The Library Project, amongst others.

Hearns co-founded SMUT Press in early 2022, alongside Irish artist and frequent collaborator Jack Scollard. Developing on from their collaborative photographic zine ‘Reverie’, SMUT Press is an independent collective print-publishing project that aims to spotlight, support and commission artists to produce printed matter, with a particular focus on platforming artists who are queer identifying.