Marketing Consultant – Photographer, TV/Video Producer, Advertising
May/1981 – Present: Self-employed, Mililani, Hawaii
- Self-employed television producer, professional photographer, internet designer, and writer. Published the book, Who is Clay?. Present and past clients include: NBA, NFL, KENS (CBS affiliate in San Antonio), WOAI (NBC affiliate in San Antonio), Buckner Fanning, Toyota, San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau, Bill Thornton for Mayor Campaign, H.B. Zachry Co., Stat 2000, Smooth Solutions, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Baptist Child and Family Services, 1080 Inc, Respite Care of San Antonio, COIL, Achievers School in San Antonio, San Antonio Food Bank, Unicorn Centers, BGCT, Hawaii Baptist Academy, Downtown Youth Center, South Texas Children’s Home, Partners in Faith, Gordon Hartman Homes, Trinity Baptist Church, Community Bible Church, Briggs Ranch Realty, ARC of San Antonio, JDRF, Baylor University, Mission Road Ministries, Watts Law Firm, Mission Park Funeral Chapels and Cemeteries, David Mann Homes, Club Oneighty-Boerne, Louie LeDeaux’s Restaurant, First Baptist Church- Boerne, BGCT, Matchframe Post Productions, First Baptist Church, Corpus Christi, Bon Air Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia, Maverick Video, Red Cross-Hawaii, Briggs Ranch Realty, Gaba Church in Africa, Valero Corporation, Ruschlikon Seminary in Switzerland, Watts-Guerra-Craft Law Firm, Gauntt-Earl-Binney Law Firm, Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio, the San Antonio Scorpions Soccer Team, Armed Services YMCA in Hawaii. Television producer for Gordon Hartman Foundation and Morgan’s Wonderland.
Director of Development
March/1994 – 2010: Buckner Fanning Christian School, San Antonio, Texas
- Co-founder and Director of Development of the Buckner Fanning Christian School, a private, Christian school for students from Pre K through eighth grade. In charge of initial property acquisition in North San Antonio and the initial and on-going design of the school campus. Oversaw all major fund raising and marketing projects and, in the process, over seven million dollars had been raised. The school grew from 25 students in the fall of 1998 to nearly 250 for the fall of 2008.