Since 2004 Clark Shattuck has been writing, recording, financing, and generally developing his music/concert film “The Dream Of Love”, as President and owner of Aquarius Property Development, Inc.
In 1993 Mr. Shattuck founded Communications Capital Inc., a California corporation engaged in the business of sponsoring, financing, and managing new companies, primarily in the areas of technology and publishing. For example, Mr. Shattuck obtained financing for the publication of MacGuide Magazine, a guide to Macintosh products; financing for Worldwide Wireless, Inc. which became publicly traded; bridge financing for Celluland, a chain of retail cellular phone stores; and financing for a sports video for children featuring Bruce Jenner and Peggy Fleming and hosted by former LA Raider Bob Golic, entitled “Let’s Play Sports” He was the executive producer for the Jim Morrison Rock Opera, which opened on Sunset Strip in the 1982, as well as for a TV pilot series Teen Seen, an educational television magazine starring Danica McKellar of The Wonder Years in 1993.
Prior to 1993, Mr. Shattuck managed several General Partnerships that acquired, developed and sold federal cellular licenses, as well as federal interactive television licenses, with cumulative sales exceeding $40 million. Mr. Shattuck assisted with the eventual combination of the interactive television licenses into InSync Interactive Corp., the largest holder of interactive television licenses in the U.S. Mr. Shattuck graduated from the Leland Powers School Of Radio and Television in 1976, and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Literature in 1972. Mr. Shattuck was in the United States Marine Corps and is a veteran of the Vietnam War.