David Clemmer is a Canadian-born television personality, celebrity stylist and CEO of Judy Inc. He is known for his work both behind the scenes and in front of the camera. In 1999, David co-founded Judy Inc. and is now its sole owner. An International artist management company with offices in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. David is a frequent contributor to several top national and international magazines and publications and is continuously his philosophy into everything he does – "When you look great, you feel great and do great things.".
Born in Kitchener, Ontario, David was always passionate about style and fashion. At four years old, while eagerly waiting for his television debut on Romper Room, David was quick to decide that the button-down shirt his mother had laid out for him was not the casual look he was going for. Several outfit changes later, David, armed with his favorite tee, finally felt ready to win over the Romper Room on-set. From that moment on, David had the desire to entertain and perform, pleasing audiences young and old, male and female, Canadian and international.
As the owner and CEO of Judy Inc., David works with artists on marketing, building their clientele, and defining and attaining their professional goals. Judy Inc. artists work internationally in the areas of fashion, television, print advertising, and movie and celebrity promotion. Judy Inc. clients include Penelope Cruz, Jude Law, Adrian Brody, Celine Dion, Sting, Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson, Jennifer Hudson, Catherine Zeta Jones and Cate Blanchett. Judy Inc. is also particularly proud of its international roster, as well as its print production venture, an exciting casting wing and launched the launch of Judy INK, an online lifestyle magazine.
"In school they bullied as a group and it was easy to pick on the weak kid, that was me.I remember seriously running home as soon as school was finished as fast as I could to avoid getting into any confrontation. My voice was higher and I wasn't the most athletic so I was a pretty easy target. One day I said enough is enough and I have to do this for me. I came out at 28 which was really late. I talked to my parents and that was it and I thought if my mum was cool with it then I didnt care what anybody else thinks and of course she was like textbook amazing. You have no idea that sometimes you are going through some rough times and it is those rough times that make you a better person and it gets so much better.
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