Clay Johnson is an award-winning television producer, writer and journalist. Clay has worked as a television news reporter, newscast and special projects producer, segment producer and documentary producer at several network-affiliated television stations and a regional PBS network. He’s also produced many award-winning video projects for government and non-profit agencies and businesses. He established Clay Johnson Productions, Inc. in 1996.
Clay specializes in the production of television documentaries, taking each project from concept to completion. He directs a core group of award-winning photographers, audio technicians, graphic artists and editors to bring his vision to the screen. His writing weaves all of the production elements together into a visual tapestry that delivers a powerful message.
Clay earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of South Carolina. He is currently an adjunct faculty member and visiting lecturer at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, teaching a course in television journalism. He regularly speaks to other classes at public schools, colleges and universities.