Clair Marlo is a Croatian-American songwriter, record producer, and composer. She has produced such artists as Harry Chapin (posthumously), Kilauea, Grant Geissman, and had her music in films such as The Firm and The Swimming Pool. She has also had music on major American television networks including CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox.
She has made several solo albums under her own name, and albums under the names Tairona, House of Light, Primal Instinct, Vox Mundi, and Liquid Amber. A graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, she has been named one of the top two female record producers in the United States. Her Sheffield Lab recording Let it Go has been named one of the Top 50 All-Time Greatest Recordings to own by POP Magazine in Germany.
She is also known under the names of Clair Marlo, Clara Veseliza, and Clara Baker. She runs the music production company, Invisible Hand Productions