Thursday, August 30, 2012


So, I've really been enjoying Instagram lately.  Actually, if you are interested in what I'm doing or the projects I am working on, the best way would be to follow me on Instagram.  I'm not really the best at keeping up with my blog, facebook, or twitter, but instagram is easy and so visual.  Here is how you would do that...  Either click on the Instagram button to the right, or clink this button below...

Here are some examples of my posts...

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Shepard Fairey Results

I have been so pumped with how well our Shepard Fairey video has been doing out there.  We've had 193,000 page loads in the last two weeks from over 50 different websites and blogs that have posted it. Shepard Fairey's  project manager contacted me and said that he thought the video was "Awesome!" and they posted it on his site.  I couldn't have done it with out Dustin Bailey (producer, motion f/x) and Matt Brundige (editor).  Here are a few of the websites and blogs that I am extremely proud to be apart of:

Monday, August 6, 2012

Shepard Fairey Video

I was fortunate to work with The Dallas Contemporary and Shepard Fairey on this video project recently.  Shepard came to town and did 5 Murals in West Dallas.  I wanted to shoot this video in a "day in the life of..." style.  I wanted to show him prepping, painting and then partying.  That night he would be the DJ at a big party at the Dallas Contemporary.  After shooting, I worked with Matt Brundige who edited and Dustin Bailey who did all of the Motion Graphics (both from  An amazing team to work with.  We wanted the motion graphics not to be overwhelming, just something that adds an interesting and intriguing element to the story.  Dustin did an amazing job at that.  I'm really thrilled to have worked with such great talent all the way around on this project.

Shepard Fairey from Justin Clemons on Vimeo.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

I Killed My BFF

I got a call from an A & E producer asking if I would like to take stills for a TV show pilot called "I Killed My BFF".  I asked if she was asking me to take "behind the scenes" shots of the production.  She said, "No, I want you to shoot the stills, that will make up about 40% of the TV show."  It was a story about two best friends that grew up together and through strange circumstances one kills the other.  So, I would be shooting stills that describe the school that they grew up in, the places they went to, the courthouse that one was convicted in.  The finished product would be a combination of video and my photographs.  The series played on A & E a couple of weeks ago, but you can go to  to see the episodes.  My episode was called "West Texas BFF's".