Everyone has a life to live and have the opportunity to decide on what to do, which usually depends on their preference. It is often the case that certain professions are more demanding than others in terms of the time, commitment, and perhaps the confidence it demands. Media careers, including journalism, demands a lot of confidence and dedication as many describe it as a profession that is neither for the faint-hearted nor the cowards. Some people manage to set an impressive record from journalism even though it takes time. Alastair Borthwick was born in 1913, and he lived until 25th September 2003. Apart from being a broadcaster and journalist, he authored two publications that currently remain a classic across the field.
Rutherglen is his birthplace, and he occupied Glasglow and Troon during his childhood. In connection to the former, he joined Glasglow High School. At 16, he handled Glasgow Herald. His engagement alongside “Open Air” page made him get involved with the climbing scene and blossoming hillwalking of Glasglow. In turn, he helped to foster with the articles concerning working class individuals from Clydebank and Glasgow venturing at the Highlands during weekends.
Along the Fleet Street’s Daily Mirror, he got a job in 1935 that became a landmark in his journalism career. The failure of the London lifestyle to appeal made him make a move to BBC, where he served as a radio correspondent. In 1939, “Always a Little Further” underwent publication and is a collection of different pieces that he initially wrote for Glasgow Herald. At first, the publisher was not certain about the unconventional approach utilized by the book concerning the thing regarded to be the sport of the rich, and it matched their directors’ insistence. The book they produced remains among the best about all aspects of the outdoor activities within Scotland.
He married his better half in 1940. Later, they moved to Jura where he incorporated fishing and crofting with BBC broadcasting. They moved further to Islay in 1952 and later went back to Glasgow. The 1960s refers to the moment that he got back into television, producing different programs on various disciplines. They later moved to Ayrshire before the nursing home.
Clayton Hutson made a name for himself in the music industry as a sound engineer as well as a business owner. He attended college for theater design, and then worked at various companies that provided live entertainment. His seeks aesthetic perfection as well as an unparalleled live music experience. Throughout his career he worked with important names in the music industry, such as Kid Rock, Guns ’n Roses, Garbage, and Pink.
The idea behind his company came as a result of amassing a large amount of experience within the field of live entertainment and tour production. He worked in the music industry for many years, and perfecting his skills enabled him to successfully navigate through all aspects of live entertainment, thus allowing him to venture out on his own. Once the recession hit and the company that he worked for had issues, Clayton Hutson decided to take a leap of faith, and he felt ready to take on the task of having his own production management company.
Due to the fact that he works in the “spectacle” side of the industry, he considers wowing clients to always be a goal. He points out that he is excited about the technological advancements that are happening in the live music genre and the fact that the industry is always cutting-edge. Hutson notes that while everyone focuses on video and it is an element present on every tour, he believes it to be a dead horse. Despite the fact that the video walls are getting bigger and more advanced, he hopes that it is a trend that will run its course sooner rather than later, which will enable the industry to learn how to wow the audience without relying on projecting images onto a surface.
He expressed appreciation for artists like Lady Gaga and Pink, who incorporate aerial stunts and acrobatics into their routines. Clayton Hutson considers that artists pushing their art, and not making it just about the music, to be a great thing, due to the fact that they are making it about the art form as well, and how they are expressing themselves.