Clark Burnett is a director in both documentary and narrative film. He graduated from Yale College in 2019 with a degree in sociology.
As an undergrad, Clark co-created Now, In Color, a docuseries which has been featured in The New York Times, Teen Vogue, Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR), and other outlets.
A 2018 Princess Grace Foundation Honorarium recipient, Clark’s work has been recognized by such places as Yale’s Policy Lab and Institution of Social Policy Studies and The New Haven Documentary Film Festival. His latest short, Athol Park, premiered at the 2020 National Film Festival for Talented Youth and took home an audience award.
Clark works as an associate digital producer for UNUM at Florentine Films, Ken Burns’s production company. Earlier this year, he joined Ken Burns and Sarah Burns on a virtual panel at Yale moderated by Thomas Allen Harris.