Clarence Peters is a Nigerian music video director, filmmaker, and cinematographer. He is the founder and CEO of Capital Dream Pictures, a production company that specialises in the realms of the performing arts, film, and video.
He is also the founder and CEO of Capital Hill Records, a record label home to popular musicians Chidinma, Tha Suspect and Illbliss. He was ranked 2nd on Channel O's list of the Top 10 Most Visionary Music Video Directors. 1998, he was involved in a Mobil-sponsored music video for a documentary on AIDS. He directed 40 episodes of the TV series Everyday People. Peters has directed music videos for recording artists across an array of genres and generations, including Darey, Durella, and Wizkid.
His father is Sir Shina Peters a popular Nigerian Juju Musician.
His Mother Clarion Chukwura is a Nigerian actress and humanitarian. She was recognized as a United Nations Peace Ambassador for her charity work across Africa. She began her career in acting in 1980 but became popular when she featured in a soap opera title "mirror in the Sun". She was the first Nigerian to win the Best Actress category at the 1982 FESPACO film festival in Burkina Faso.
Clarence Peters is one of the best video directors out there as he has shot a good number of documentaries, TV commercials, short films, and TV features In April 2014, Absolut Vodka honored him for his creativity.
He has won numerous awards including MTV Africa Best Video and African Muzik Magazine best Video Director Award.
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