Clint has grown up loving the world of "Lights, Camera, Action." He started out in this industry by acting but quickly realized that it was a tough market for a minority to get diverse roles. With that in mind, he decided to write, produce and direct his own movies. In 2015, Clint wrote and directed "A Day To Remember" - his first short film on how he met his wife. He premiered the movie at their wedding reception in front of 250 guests. It was during the filming process of this movie that Clint realized that his true "calling" was behind the camera.
Within a year as a film-maker, his follow up film 'Two words too many' won the Audience Award at the Art Color Digital Cinema International Film Festival in 2016. Since then, Clint has gone on to direct, shoot or edit various award winning shorts and features and has racked up 16 wins and nominations for every film he has worked on. He plans on continuing this momentum with the intention of entertaining the masses and, more importantly, giving new actors a chance to break into the industry.
As a cinematographer, Clint has worked with various cinema cameras such as the RED Scarlet-W 5k, Sony FS7 and Black Magic Ursa Mini 4.6k. He has also worked with the smaller DSLR/Mirrorless cameras from Panasonic, Sony and Canon.
Clint mainly shoots on his Black Magic Ursa Mini 4.6k (as pictured above) with the mirrorless Panasonic GH4 serving as B-Camera or when needed in tight spaces. Lenses range from Rokinon Primes (14,24,35,50,85mm) to fast zoom lenses that cover the same focal distance (Sigma, Tamaron, Tokina). Other equiment includes Cinevate Slider, Benro Jib, Kessler Tripod (K-Pod), LED lights, stands, director's monitor and various accessories.