Clay Hutson has a lot of expertise in the live music industry having managed performances for renowned artists such as Pink, Lady Gaga, and Kid Rock. Clay Hutson majored in theater design and has worked with well-known companies in the live music industry serving in the position of project manager. Clay Hutson now owns his organization and is designing, producing and managing concerts tours across the world. He has managed concerts for famous bands such as One Republic and Garbage having toured in North America, Asia, and Europe. Clay Hutson started his own company after harnessing the skills that he needed from his previous jobs. He was confident with his talent and the experience that he had acquired over the years, and in the end, he has managed to build a successful business. Clay Hutson applies innovative ways with his audio, concepts of illumination and the designs of sets. His firm has attracted many clients because of the relentless work ethic of Clay Hutson and his keen attention to details. His unique approach with clients and delivering beyond the expectations of the customers has earned quite a reputation for him and his business. Clay Hutson has the habit of making sure that everything is organized and planned up to the last detail. He hates to be blindsided with minor errors knowing that his reputation and business is on the line. Clay Hutson encourages efficiency and productivity from his crew by ensuring that every task is planned for and executed. Clay Hutson and his team always try to keep up with the trend in technology and apply cutting-edge technology in their tours. Mobile lighting and video walls are among the innovative technology that Clay Hutson employs in his concerts. Clay Hutson encourages creativity with the artists he works with and has involved acrobatics and other stunts in some of his shows. Clay Hutson’s average day is one filled with planning and allocating tasks for his crew members thus ensuring things run smoothly before and after a project. Clay Hutson encourages that one should always value family above everything else and one to always analyze circumstances with complete honesty. He also encourages talent above everything else from his employees. He points out that a keen interest in one’s career develops talent and skill as one is curious to learn and eager to perfect their craft. Clay Hutson enjoys reading and recommends reading “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” written by Richard Carlson. Learn more: https://medium.com/@claytonhutson49

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