Clay Hutson Tells All in BroTalk Q&A

Clay Hutson shared with BroTalk’s Q&A segment his motivations, strategies, and success story in the Music Industry. Hutson enrolled in theater design courses before starting his career as a sound engineer and eventually project management work too. Hutson began his entrepreneurial path by establishing his own music business servicing musicians and event organizers to manage, produce, and design concerts.

 

Clayton Hutson’s personal website showcases the services his company provides, including the following: production design and management, show producer, monitor engineer, logistics and stage management, and rigging.

 

Hutson shares with BroTalk that having developed a wide array of skills within the music industry, he took the opportunity during the recession to start his own firm. Hutson turns his ideas into reality through focusing on the dimensions and size of the visual concepts that go along with music sets. With the help of technology, he is able to continually develop innovate set design and illumination concepts.

 

Hutson has been able to establish and retain customers through his dedication and professional. He is detail-oriented and goes beyond the 9-5 mentality to get the job done. He has developed the habits of preparing, organizing, and triple-checking to drive the success of his business. Learn more: https://onmogul.com/claytonhutson

 

The rapid advancement of technology is what excites Hutson about the music industry the most. As new generations of technology get smaller, lighter, and mobile, the opportunities of innovative music shows continue across the industry. Though video screens on walls have the ability to be brighter and clearer, the music artists Hutson works with also bring their own creative concepts to each partnership for a platform of collaboration.

 

Clay Hutson is the first person to arrive at the venue and the last one to leave. He gets the layout of the venue and reviews the itinerary and tasks before the the prepping gets started. Hutson continues to share and give advice, including to prioritize family above all other things. To remain motivated, Hutson has jotted down a handful of his favorite quotes and rereads them. Lastly, Hutson recommends the book, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff… and It’s All Small Stuff. This book lessened Hutson’s stress by teaching how to only focus on the details that matter.

 

To view Clay Hutson’s full interview with BroTalk, click here.

A Vision Becomes A Reality At The Academy Of Art University

The fashion industry is one of the most lucrative business ventures in the world today. Designers anxiously await the moment when their product can be displayed on the most famous runways in the world. New York Fashion week is that platform. Sponsored by the Academy of Art University, the twenty first showcase was held in September, 2017 at the Skylight Clarkson Square. Many new artists and graduates of the University were invited to show their designs. This was of the utmost importance for these new designers as it would be the spark to ignite the fire that would jump start their future in fashion designing. They were also excited that the show could be seen by their family and friends because it was streamed live.

 

The Academy of Art University invited ten of their recent graduates to participate in the NYFW showcase. These were students who had received either their BFA or MFA from the University. They each brought a uniqueness and broad creativity to the fore front in fashion. These new designers were from very diverse backgrounds. From China to Maine, and many far away destinations in between. They offered fashions in women’s wear and menswear. Their designs went far beyond the imagination, and exceeded the expectations of the viewers and judges. The Academy of Art University provides the world with the best and most creative designers from around the world.

 

The Academy of Art University was founded in 1929 in San Francisco, California. It is one of the largest institutes that prepares students for careers in arts and design. Still located in San Francisco, the school provides classes and degrees in liberal arts, fine arts, entertainment and design. They have offered an innovative online arts program since 2002. They have many award nominees and recipients among their illustrious alumni. The University is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, which is a non profit organization for interior design programs. The school has under graduate and graduate degrees. They have been a positive, and stable part of the community, and have grown along with the city of San Francisco.