- Full Name Hudson Matter
- Birth Date Oct 29, 2005
- Age 16 Years, 9 Months
- Nationality American
- Birthplace United States of America
- Zodiac Sign Capricorn
- Occupation Internet Personality
- Mother Lauren Matter
- Father Jordan Matter
- Sister Salish Matter
Hudson Matter | BiographySon of Photographer Jordan Matter
Hudson Matter is an American photographer and a YouTube and Instagram content creator.
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Born on 29 December 2005 in the United States, Hudson Matter is a son of a famous photographer Jordan Matter. His mother is Lauren, and his elder sister's name is Salish.
Matter primarily creates entertaining short and long-form videos about the things he is passionate about. Besides creating viral videos, he also loves studying science. As a result, he has reached out to millions of people and motivated them to start their content creation journey through nasacademy.com.
He commenced his Instagram journey in March 2018. He garnered public attention by uploading his photographs on his Instagram page. However, he is best recognized for his self-titled YouTube account. There, he has posted infamous videos like BROTHER vs. SISTER Strength Challenge, which has over 6 million views.
Furthermore, Matter began working and focusing on political content in 2020. His Instagram features several photos of his political tweets and a few photos of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Amassing over 120,000 followers on Instagram, Matter often collaborates with a dancer named Rachel Quiner.
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Family and Father Jordan Matter
Born on 6 October 1966 in New York City, Jordan Matter is a popular photographer and author. He has earned widespread acclaim for his New York bestselling book, 'Dancers Among Us.' He authored the next book, 'Born To Dance,' also a 2018 bestseller.
Jordan is the grandson of notable photographer Herbert Matter. His father, Alex Matter, was a movie director, and his mother, Paula Feiten, was a model.
Jordan has amassed more than 11 million subscribers on his self-titled YouTube channel, where he uploads dance videos. Big media outlets such as CBS, BBC, and NBC have profiled the photographer. In addition, French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson highly inspired Jordan.