Clint has been helping others learn the guitar for over 15 years, and has been an active and passionate workshop leader and camp instructor for almost every one of those years.
Clinton's understanding and respect of the guitar far exceeds his years. He began playing when he was eleven years old under the guidance of his father, Freddie Pelletier. At sixteen years of age, Clinton received the "B.E.S.T. International Scholarship" from Berklee College of Music. He decided however to attend Grant McEwan College in Edmonton, Alberta where he received honors with distinction.
Following his studies, he toured with April Verch and later on with the world-famous group, Barrage. After having toured extensively across North America, Clinton decided to settle back into Edmonton where he has since become one of the most sought-after freelance guitarists in the Country, Folk and Jazz scenes.
To date, Clinton has initiated several bands including EclecTrip, Hot Club Edmonton and The Woodshed Project with Daniel Gervais. He also runs his own recording studio called Reel Time Studios. Over the years, Clinton has released many recordings including, Like Father, Like Son, Beginner Guitar with Freddie and Clinton, Naturally, and Thanks to Tradition.