When someone does a career they love it shows. They are willing to put in the work, time, effort, etc needed to do what they love. They also have a more joyous attitude when doing their chosen career. People who love what they do feel purpose and are really good at what they do. Clayton Hutson is that person, putting in long hours to impress clients with his expertise and eye for detail. He has been so successful at his career, that Clayton has caught the eye of many big celebrity musicians, calling him up to work on their music tours. He founded his own music production company to serve the music community.
The Nashville, Tennessee resident has worked for acts like Faith Hill & Tim McGraw, Kid Rock, Halsey, Pink, and Guns N’ Roses. Clayton Hutson’s upmost professional manner and work ethic has proved that him a heavy hitter in the entertainment business. All of his previous work experience for other production companies proved to help his career as a entrepreneur and talented music production professional. Clayton’s set designs come from his imagination and many years of experience working in the field. Hutson first visualizes it, then figures out all the components to make his ideas a reality. For any show, you need the most impressive sound, lights, and stage, so Clayton does not skimp on dazzling clients and the audience. He is particularly excited about technology and how it plays a part in the advancement of the music industry. Some of these advancements come in better sound devices that deliver a more sharper and clearer sound. Lighting for shows becomes more impressive and dazzling. The lights themselves are a lot easier to move around because they are smaller and a lot less heavy. There is also special effects that enables technology to superimpose images on a screen, adding to the delight of the music show. Clayton was raised in Glendale, California where his dream of grandeur were formed. He studied theater design and business administration at Central Michigan University. He earned not only a Bachelor of Arts degree, but a Master of Business Administration degree at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Mr. Hutson’s favorite book recommendation is “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff, And It’s All Small Stuff.” It is an incredible book how to stay calm amidst the chaos in life. This book has helped Clayton tremendously in his career and life.