Clarke Mayer is NY/NJ based cinematographer and director. Clarke Mayer's first directorial short "Feed A" had a successful festival run, and earned the attention of Werner Herzog. The short gained him a place in Werner Herzog's fifth "Rogue Film School" an invitation only 4 day seminar with the legendary filmmaker himself.
He is currently in post production on a TV pilot he directed titled "The Uncle Gerry Show," starring Vincent Pastore and Tony Darrow, which he wrote and produced with Peter Ferriero.
His credits also include "Heaven is Now" a sci-fi love story directed by Audrey Lorea, as well as "Off Season" a feature length thriller shot entirely on Martha's Vineyard.
Among feature length narrative and documentary films, he has also directed multiple concert films including "Let Us In - A Tribute to Linda McCartney" a Reviver Records awareness concert featuring various Nashville Recording artists and "The Many Moods of McCartney" a tribute to Paul McCartney's classical music featuring the Asheville Symphony Orchestra. Clarke has also shot over 20 short films including multiple award winning 48 Hour Film Projects and sports documentaries.
Clarke also shoots music videos and EPK style shorts for musical acts.