Geoffrey Clark is President of Futurism Studios, based in Brooklyn, NY.
Under Clark’s leadership, Futurism Studios first feature documentary, Trust Machine, was directed by Alex Winter and produced for SingularDTV, notably as the first ever blockchain studio. They recently released a branded content series for the Toyota Prius Prime, Science Nonfiction, and shot the first scripted sci-fi series, Glimpse, for Facebook Watch. Additionally, they secured a first book deal based on their popular Instagram page, to be called “Cartoons From Tomorrow.”
In 2014, Geoffrey Clark operated Something Kreative Studios with business partner Lisa Lapan, focused on Production, Sales Representation and Distribution. Projects included John Legend’s ‘Can You Dig This’, ‘Fandom’ from narrator Christian Slater, ‘When the Bell Rings’ from EP Metta World Peace and ‘Forced Perspective,’ amongst many others.1
For just over three years Clark was the Head of Development for Goodbye Pictures in Los Angeles CA. Through Goodbye Pictures, he created, developed and produced shows like Million Dollar Closets for HGtv, (which aired summer 2012 and re-sold to Style before they shuttered), Nat Geo Wild’s Animal Apocalypse, upcoming The Short Game for Esquire. Goodbye Pictures, sold development projects to almost every network, including Bravo, TLC, A&E, SyFy, History, Animal Planet, Esquire, Lifetime, GHtv, Food, and more.