Clayton Hutson is a unique gem, gifted, and productive in the industry of music. He works tirelessly to make ends meet seeking artistic perfection. After being baked at a varsity, Hutson was employed by few companies to offer entertainment solutions. He studied the equipment needed for trade that allowed him to work from his platform by starting his own company. He ventured into entrepreneurship by establishing a company for live production. Hutson has worked for a number of years in live entertainment and tour production which has made him become a guru in the music industry. Every opportunity he got from his employment, he did not take it for granted. It was his opportune time to navigate all facets of live entertainment.
Every day he does management on stage which entails floor running from beginning to the end. Completing a walkthrough, laying out storage plan, and planning the day in a coherent manner which is part of his duties and which he does with passion. In order to maximize productivity, everything that is done before the show begins is carried out with a lot of consideration. Organizing all the steps needed, and directing the staff while the show is in progress is what Clayton does to ensure success is achieved. He does a lot of CAD designing to ensure easy materialization of ideas.
Satisfying the clients is one of the topmost priorities for Hutson. He does this in order to win massive referrals from his clients. He concentrates dearly by implementing new technological advancements in the music industry. Diligence has been the crucial strategy for business growth and expansion. However, despite the challenges in business, Hutson has purposed to continue shining in the industry. Being a man of discipline and great dedication, he has gained popularity from his followers and clients alike.
Hutson markets his services via iPhone by ensuring he shares his documents through the Dropbox. His advice to his fellow entrepreneurs is that; in order to be successful in business, one should not sweat over small stuff. Great things are the only thing a focused entrepreneur should work vigilantly to achieve.
The Chainsmokers comprises of production and DJ duos, Andrew Taggart and Allex Pall. The pair has sowed high in the pop music as almost all their releases became hits. Their production started in 2014 with the release of “Selfie” that included selfies from celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, David Hasselhoff and Steve Aoki. The song was the 6th in the Billboard of Hot 100 and on the dance chart it was top 10. After the breakthrough with their first release “Selfie”, the Chainsmokers went back to the studio to prepare their first extended record. The EP Bonquet was released four months later and became 31st on the Album chart. In the same year, the duo gained more attention when they released the pop song “Roses”. Now people started taking them seriously as pop singers and the song was in the 6th position in top 10.
Don’t let me down and closer, together with their second extended play record, “Collage” got released in 2016. Don’t let me down earned the Grammy awards and nominated as the best dance recording while their second EP was the 1st on the pop chart in the US. “Closer” was praised for being influential in both lyrics and musically. The song was a hit in 2016 and led to Chainsmokers been awarded for being the best pop duo. The Chainsmokers have released around 5EP, and 3 of them got to the top 10 in the billboard.
The year 2018, it’s not an exception as the duos as still sowing higher. They have released a couple of singles such as you owe me, Sick Boy and Everybody Hates Me. All the released tracks are creating a record for the pop duos. Recently they release their new song “Somebody” featuring Drew love. Their recent release is a mix of R$B, EPM and Pop. The song remix has had over 30million views and many subscriptions. The Chainsmokers have performed the song in many platforms. Mike Nied of Idotar complimented the Chainsmokers duo saying that the song “Somebody” was going to be their best released song in 2018 compared to all their pop single song released.
Lawrence Bender is an American film producer most known for his work with Oscar winning director Quentin Tarantino. Lawrence Bender graduated from the University of Maine in 1979 with a degree in civil engineering, but he soon realized that his true passion was for cinema. Lawrence Bender has produced three films that were nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, and Inglourious Basterds.
Inglourious Basterds was released in 2009 and was nominated for eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture (Lawrence Bender), Best Director (Quentin Tarantino), and Best Original Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino). Christoph Waltz won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Colonel Hans Landa in the film. The film was both a critical and commercial success, and currently holds a rating on 88% on the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes. Inglourious Basterds ended up grossing over $300 million at the worldwide box office, quadrupling its estimated budget of $75 million.
The film follows a diverse cast of characters in Nazi-occupied France during the later years of the Second World War. The film opens with the heroine, Shosanna Dreyfus, narrowly escaping death at the hands of Colonel Hans Landa, an SS agent tasked with rooting out Jewish refugees hidden in rural France. Year’s later; Shosanna works under an assumed identity at a cinema in German occupied Paris. She sees a perfect opportunity for revenge when Fredrick Zoller, a bright-eyed German war hero, takes an interest in her and arranges for a large movie premiere to occur at her humble cinema. Due to the importance of the premier, a majority of the Nazi brass is due to attend, which catches the attention of Lieutenant Aldo Raine and his team of Jewish-America guerilla soldiers, known as the “Basterds”. Violence and hilarity ensue, and the film comes to a bloody and tumultuous end in traditional Tarantino fashion.
Inglourious Basterds is yet another example of Lawrence Bender doing what he does best, choosing a great creative team and putting them in the best possible position to succeed. The results often speak for themselves.