One of the world's most prolific producers in the fast-growing field of non-fiction television, Executive Producer/Writer Barry Clark has pursued an award-studded career that has embraced all of the major genres of reality-based programming. During the past 15 years he has produced numerous series and specials for PBS, TBS, and the major U.S. networks, plus more than 30 hours of prime-time programming for the Discover Channel, including Hunters, one of the highest-rated series in the history of the Channel.

Barry Clark, along with Peter Guber and Al Giddings, is one of the founding partners of Mandalay Media Arts, as well as Chairman and Co-Founder of the biennial Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. He is also a pioneer in the application of high-definition television to natural history filmmaking, having produced the seminal, award-winning HDTV special Jaguar: Year of the Cat and the forthcoming two-hour HDTV special Sahara: Seasons in the Sand.