Clement George Williams was born in 1956 in Guyana as the first of ten children to Beresford and Elaine Williams.
Clement attended Dolphin Government Primary School then Charlestown Secondary School Georgetown, Guyana. After leaving Secondary School, he studied Electronics before joining the Guyana Fire Service and did Photography as a hobby. He came to Tobago with his Tobago born wife in 1979.
Clement was introduced to serious Photography in 1980 by Ray Richardson Snr. of Rays Photo Studio on Castries Street, Scarborough Tobago.
Clement was also influenced by James Quashie, Owen Linclon, Gerry Llewellyn of Tobago News and Della Ann Stewart of the Trinidad Express. Clement started photographing buildings in Tobago as a way of documenting Tobago’s Colonial Architecture with Earl James of Ray's Photography Club. Clement did freelance Photography for Tobago News, The Express, Independent Newspaper and Assignment for the Associated Press (AP) and was the Photographer 11 on Contract at the Department of Information of the Tobago House of
Assembly from 2002 to 2016. Clement’s work was published in the First Edition of the Tobago Book “Capital of Paradise”.
Clement's interest also involved Aerial, Conference, Portrait, Fashion, Media, Wedding and Nature Photography; and holds a Certificate in Professional Photography from the New York
Institute of Photography, New York U.S.A and an Associate Degree in Journalism and Public Relations from College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago.