Zerric Clinton received his Ph.D. in art education from Florida State University. He is an art educator that currently teaches at Dutchtown High School. He has served as an adjunct professor at Florida State University. Dr. Clinton’s research interests focus on how visual culture affects adolescents. This research interest stems from the research he conducted for his dissertation titled “What Adolescent African American Males Say about Music Video.” As an educator with over 25 years of experience Dr. Clinton understands how influential visual culture is on adolescents. He has presented at both the Georgia Education Association and National Art Education Association conferences for several years. He is the Past-President for the Georgia Art Education Association. Dr. Clinton recently worked on “Breaking BAD: Collaborative Project between the Museum of Tolerance New York, NY Kushner School and Cairo High School”.