Jacqueline Clements is a local Calgarian whose energy knows no borders. 

 Written by Heather Perry 
Jacqueline Clements is a local Calgarian whose energy knows no borders. She and her husband Bill are co-founders/co-owners of  TCF4 Productions. As the name indicates, TCF4 Productions has produced two reality shows called Wheel Sharks and Bolivia: Treasures Within.  Although Jacqueline was one of the producers of Wheel Sharks, you get a better glimpse of her dynamic enthusiasm and spirit as she hosts the travel show Bolivia: Treasures Within.  Jacqueline’s boundless energy and charisma captivates you as you see unique places and people that are rarely showcased in regular media.  Jacqueline has a way of drawing the humorous and the poignant stories of people as she takes hold of new experiences with a spirit of adventure and wonder.  She is willing to jump in with both feet because, as she so delightfully exclaims, “That’s it, that’s all I got!”  

Along with her producing capabilities, she has many projects on the go, including acting in commercials, a principal acting role for a web series, the development of an animated detective series created expressly for kids ages 8 to 12 and contracts for brand influencing to name a few.  

Underneath bundles of endless energy also lies a big heart.  Her company TCF4 Productions started Spark, a new initiative that she and her entrepreneurial husband are embarking on.  “We called it Spark because we believe one spark can make a difference.” Life is so much more than making money, or making a name for yourself; it is about making a difference. They created dog tags that have the Spark logo on one side and the phrase “help 1 other” on the opposite.  You can also see the design on their newly formed web page www.help1other.com. When buying a dog tag, proceeds from every sale (with more items for sale in the works) will go to charity.  Bill and Jacqueline believe in the little guy; they love small companies; heck, they are known to cheer for the underdog because, one word, or one deed can make all the difference in your corner of the world.    

Jacqueline certainly practices this one Spark spirit—it’s not an act: you’re getting the real deal.