Clay Huston is an audio engineer and owner of a business that offers services for event organizers and musicians. He holds several university courses on theatre designs and previous work experience companies in the live music sector. Huston progressed in his career to become a project manager. It is after gaining all the relevant skills he decided to found a firm that deals with production, designing, and production concepts.
Clay Huston works revolves around rock music, and so far, he has completed numerous managerial and technical performances with the notable ones being Pink, Kid Rock, and Guns N’ Roses. In 2005, he was part of the “Bleed Like Me” world tour conducted by the Garbage Band that traveled across North America, Australia, and Europe while serving as the monitor engineer. In the last year, he was behind the “Honda Civic Tour” under the OneRepublic operating the rigging system in concerts held in Asia and North American between July, August, and September.
According to Clay Huston, the experience he gathered from previous work experience helped him develop various marketable skills that he currently employs in his company. He decided to take a risk and establish a company after his employer was adversely affected by the recession. His talents gave him the confidence to start his business, and have also contributed a great deal to the success of his business. The work experience helps him make his pipe dreams a reality with the assistance of computer-aided designs.
Clay Huston continues to create new illumination, set designs and audio concepts with a keen eye on dimensions as they play a key role in the venue entrance performances. His business attracts clients through his attention to details and readiness to work for long hours. This boosts his reputation among performers who acknowledge professionalism and dedication. That is the reason he is highly recommended to clients who are in need of his services.
Part of the habits that have helped Clay Huston succeed in his business is the regular check on his work to identify errors that could interfere with the quality and safety of his show. He understood that a serious mistake could hurt his reputation for a lifetime. He also mentioned that he adequately prepares for each event by sensibly organizing the equipment.