Kjeld David Clark
|Kjeld David Clark|
24 June 1967
Leeds, Yorkshire, England
|👩 Spouse(s)||Julia Gogosha-Clark (2000-2015), Jenny Johnson (2019-Present)|
After a successful career on the London stage—National Shakespeare Tours with Barrie Rutter's Northern Broadsides Theatre Company, a turn as a CGI gladiator on Ridley Scott's film of the same name and the success of the independent short film Don't Walk Channel Four/Film Four—Kjeld moved to New York City in 1999, and founded the digital production company 'thelostworkers...'
In 2003 Kjeld moved to California, and after brief stints at David Kirschner Productions and reading scripts for The Sundance Institute, he set up Working Class Films. In 2008 Kjeld became a partner in the prolific Los Angeles based optical boutique GOGOSHA spearheaded by Julia Gogosha.
In 2012, after a prolonged illness, Kjeld put Working Class Films into permanent hiatus and channeled his energies into various projects, while founding the cyclo-centric, design-driven collective súpərdomestik, which designs and produces, high-quality, limited-run cycling apparel and accessories: Produces motion + still photography, design assignments and art direction across editorial, advertising, publishing and web platforms. Most recently his photography and written word has appeared in Peloton Magazine, Bicycling Magazine, Road Magazine and Grit.CX.
In 2017, after a year of development and build-out Kjeld opened the cycling inspired cafe and retail space à bloc / LA in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. With its great coffee, amazing housemade food and treats and beautifully curated cycling and coffee retail, à bloc has quickly become a favorite spot for both cyclist and locals, and a must visit destination for out-of-towners. à bloc / LA also houses súpərdomestik's new flagship retail store.
Kjeld resides in Los Angeles.
Kjeld is a lifelong cyclist, and was a bicycle messenger in both London and New York, which inspired his feature film script URBAN DEATH MAZE.
- Todd Munson's Blacktable/BBC Article which inspired 'A MACHINE RIPPED HIS LEG OFF: The Legend of Gaylord Dingler'
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