Jordyn Doyel was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago in 2018 with a B.A. in Photography and a B.A. in Film and Digital Media Production. Doyel is currently working as a product photographer and videographer at Jackson Supplies.
Doyel received and honorable mention at the 2016 Loyola University Chicago Student Juried Show for "Auschwitz".
Doyel's prints were selected for acquisition by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to be displayed in their new Chicago Office.
Friends of Dorothy - Censored was part of the group show Foreword at Loyola University Museum of Art in April 2018.
Friends of Dorothy and Friends of Dorothy - Censored was part of the group show CounterCulture: Hidden Stories of Chicago's Past and Present at Bucktown Gallery in May 2018.
Doyel has won a BEA Festival of Media Arts Award of Excellence in Long Form Video or Film Documentary in 2018 for her work on “Under One Sky”.
Friends of Dorothy was part of The Family of No Man show in Arles, France.
Friends of Dorothy was selected as as a finalist for the summer 2018 open call gallery show, Disruption, at Latitude Chicago.
Doyel has had work featured in Teen Vogue.
Doyel’s freelance clients include Chicago Marathon, This Free Life, and Gilead Chicago.