Welcome to the
Creative World of Jorian Clair
Jorian Clair began her theatrical career as a stage actress and singer at age 6. She took a hiatus from show business while earning a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in Psychology, and chose to settle in a different career. As a Journalist, Jorian earned numerous national awards and commendations for her nonfiction feature articles. Further recognition came with her award-winning children’s book, "The Crooked Little Christmas Tree."
Jorian, who lost her sight to a genetic disease of the retina in the year 2000, has never allowed her "invisible disability" to interfere with her goals as a writer and martial artist. But the reduced mobility imposed by blindness has kept her away from acting and singing. Over the years, Jorian would sometimes create the lyrics and melodies for songs and "musical monologues" as a creative way for expressing her reactions to what was going on in her life. These works are now available to the public for the first time ever on her new extended play recording, "Lost and Found.”