Lead Electric/Lead Grip
A Missouri native, Bob was raised in St. Louis, the son of Homer Clark, CFO of the prestigious homebuilders The Jones Co. After graduating from Pattonville High, he attended ITT Technical School where he received a degree with honors in Electronic Engineering Technology. After spending 15 years at Rahd Oncology as a Unix Systems Integration Management and Repair tech, he was ready for a change of pace. By 2002 Bob joined forces with his high school friends and formed Pirate Pictures, a company dedicated to the task of producing feature-length projects using digital technology. He offered the financing for special effects ace Ted Smith’s directorial debut, GUARDIAN OF THE REALM. That feature was released by Thinkfilm in June of 2006.
In the years since, Bob has produced a series of films and music videos, including TIMELINE, RECAP, the award-winning 48 Hour Film Projects BAG OF TRICKS and LOVE BYTES, as well as the acclaimed feature film SHADOWLAND. Recently Bob was also lead grip/electric for the magazine-style TV show STREETSCAPE. Bob currently works his grip/electric magic on local St. Louis productions