Ambition | Education | Conservation
Clark is a multimedia producer who has created audio podcasts, digital news stories, web branded video content, social media engagement, and short films for National Geographic and the National Park Service. He pursued science communication through multimedia as a TV Presenter on the television series Aqua Kids between 2011 and 2013 (54 episodes). During this time, the show won 3 Bronze Telly Awards.
Clark created several short natural history films as a graduate student at Montana State University. His student films Only Time Will Tell, Montana Triceratops Morphology, Wild Bozeman, and Tracking Rocky Mountain Lions have all been screened at film festivals. Clark received his MFA degree in Science and Natural History Filmmaking in 2021, while creating a thesis focused on 360 / Virtual Reality filmmaking.
His ability to communicate science to the public stems from his receiving a bachelor's degree in Wildlife Science from Virginia Tech in 2013. During his degree, Clark volunteered on many research projects including the growth rate of black bear cubs, Belize wildlife camera trap images, and a co-authorship in a scientific paper focusing on puma population density in Argentina.
The mountains are calling and I must go..."