When Clay Hutson started giving people a chance to try different things with their sound, he knew it would mean a lot to them. He knew the artists needed someone to help them along with the experiences they had. He also knew the artists had to have a chance to use the best sound stages possible and he knew it would mean a lot to them to make sure they had what they were looking for in the way they performed. While Clay Hutson didn’t make the performance for the artists, he added to it with an additional level of opportunity.
It was important to Clay Hutson to make sure he could show artists what they could do with a variety of sound stage options. As long as he felt good about giving them a positive experience, he could make things easier for them. He also felt he had a chance to work on the vision they had for their shows.
As someone who practices the fine arts, Clay Hutson believes he can make sure the performers get what they’re looking for when it comes to the way they handle their stage presence. He starts out with the blank canvas that is the stage when he originally uses it. From there, he designs what the performers want to see. It’s important to Clay Hutson to include his vision and the vision the performers have so they can all try to do things differently. As long as Clay Hutson knows what people want to see and what he can do to help them with their vision, he is doing his job the best way possible.
It’s not always easy to stay on top of the demands he gets from artists, but Clay Hutson has a way to keep up with them. He wants to always show artists he’s working hard on their stages and on the ideas he has for them. By staying three steps ahead of where he has to be, Clay Hutson knows he can make things better for all the artists. It helps him keep up with busy schedules and demands for the performances.