Clint’s background in advertising and marketing includes nearly 40 years as a writer, designer, producer, and message strategist. This professional experience spans the disciplines of integrated marketing, broadcast television and radio advertising, film and video production, print advertising and collateral print design, and corporate communications. The first half of his career was focused on marketing and advertising commercial real estate, consumer retail, business-to-business, and technology-based products.

The second half is where this gets interesting. It is said if you find your passion you’ll never work another day in your life. So, in 1990 Clint effectively stopped working. He was led to form Design4 to help Christian ministries and conservative pro-family groups have a creative and constructive voice in the public square. That means producing fresh ideas…daily…and finding high-leverage ways to speak them into a culture increasingly hostile to what some Design4 clients have to say. Today his heart beats for effecting opinion change on significant social issues. That, and overseeing the Agency’s school building project for the Maasai in Kenya.

He is a Board Member with The Father’s Table Foundation, a member of the Florida Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and since 1998 an active member of the National Pro-Family Forum. In 1969 Clint accepted a Presidential appointment to U.S. Air Force Academy, and later attended the University of South Florida for Mass Communications. Married for 25 years, he and his wife Cindy are adoptive parents to two now-grown children, and are active in their Church and community.