Maintaining a positive view of life when confronted with a huge personal challenge. One does not choose to be born, one chooses to live.
Originally from Homer, Alaska, where he worked on a commercial fishing vessel, Clinton moved to Savannah in 2009 to pursue an education at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 2013, he co-founded Art Rise Savannah, an award-winning and nationally recognized non-profit arts organization. In 2015 he opened Starlandia Creative Supply, a new and used art supply shop in the Starland District. Clinton is a graduate of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits Momentum Program, recipient of Savannah Magazine's Generation NEXT 2016 Award and a proud resident of the Starland District.
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