Video Director / Photographer
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Known for the documentary The Dream Chaser, a film consisting of over 50 interviews of hip hop industry top elites, close friends, and the entire family of 18-year-old slain rap star Lil Snupe. Dominic had started filming music videos for Roc Nations rap star Tru Def in 2011 as well as documenting multi-platinum recording artist Percy “Master P” Miller and community activists Bruce Carters organization The Next Top CEO in Dallas Texas.
He began a production company called Iconix MVP in 2011 which expanded to become the current company Clear Motion Films. Today he has directed hundreds of music videos and promotional videos for many celebrities, personalities and organizations from rapper Lil Baby to Potters House Church in Dallas. Dominic Fondon is now pushing Clear Motion Films to produce more commercial work with his business partner Rahim Handy.
Dominic is currently in production on multiple Music Video and documentary films that he is self-producing and directing. He has worked on media for BET Hip Hop Awards as well as the military Yellow Ribbon Program as an assistant production manager since 2013 conducting live shows all across the United States of America. He has also grown Clear Motion Films to be based out of 2 regional offices Atlanta (South East Region) and Dallas (South West Region).