Meet Clay Moseley. He’s the highly imaginative Producer behind CVA Outdoors. Moseley grew up off Beach Road located in Chesterfield County, Virginia. He’s the youngest son (of three children) to Dennis & Diane Moseley.
From a young age Moseley’s passion has always been to create, learn, work, spend time outdoors and make a difference in the world.
In 2009 Moseley graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Mass Communications. From there he would perfect his craft of story telling through the use of media. Video editing, website development, audio mastering and social media marketing are his strong suits in the field of digital marketing.
In 2017 Moseley launched CVA Outdoors — a local, social-media-driven outdoor-living magazine made for smart, down-to-earth men and women that embrace old-school American ideals.
Today, Moseley’s engineered a library of social media assets that’ve reached more than 100,000 views and reads within a two year time-frame. And in the process, Moseley has worked closely with a team of special, talented outdoor-sportsmen that most content creators could never conceive as possible.
While it’s Moseley’s passion to create outdoor content, Moseley produces his work simply because he enjoys celebrating other’s successes. Whether it’s hunting, fishing, cooking or a person’s vocation, Moseley promotes hard-working local talent to showcase his community’s strengths and commitment to excellence.
When Clay isn’t selling & renting heavy construction equipment he’s hunting, fishing, writing articles, editing videos, cutting grass or burning a pile of brush at his burn pit. Moseley has a loving wife named Kathy who he’s been married to for 16 years (and one of the best cooks in the county) and a son, Casey; a United States Marine.
If you ever want to contact Clay about wheels & tires. buying some land, or joining the CVA Outdoors network, feel free reach out to him. Clay is a firm believer in supporting Virginia small business.
Fun Fact: When Moseley was in high school, his drawings were displayed in the Governors’ Mansion located in Richmond, Virginia.