In 1929, the Stephen’s family had a dream to open a school in the San Francisco, California area. They had succeeded, and made an Academy called the Academy of Arts, and it was named such until Richard S. Stephen’s stepped down, and handed the school over to his son Dr. Richard A. Stephens who added bachelor’s and Undergraduate programs to the Academy, and they became Academy of Art College. With the new programs added, enrollment soared above 5,000 and to this day it’s still one of the few Colleges in the United Stated to be privately owned. Then in 2004 The granddaughter of the founder Richard S. Stephens, Dr. Elisa Stephens took over the college, and under her guidance, they became the Academy of Art University. On top of the school being privately owned by the same family for over 90 years, the entire family are art lovers who are involved in the art community.
The video created by Sam Bear shows a day-in-the-life of a university student who is taking classes at the Academy of Art University. It shows him getting up at 9 a.m., then he tours the city of beautiful San Francisco, California, and progresses as he gets a free ride to the college by flashing his school ID. Then he starts classes at 11 a.m., then takes a break and hang out with his friends for a few hours before taking his afternoon class. Yes, only two classes at the university because they want to focus on the experience of college, and they want students to have all their focus on classes and projects. It then shows him hanging out with his friends again, and then back to the dorm to crash out by 11 p.m. This video is something that every college should do. This is a more accurate description of life on campus that a simple tour of the school.
It may be 2018 for the rest of world but it feels like 2016 for the Chainsmokers. The dynamic duo from New York just garnered a fresh accolade with hit single “Closer” gaining diamond certification. The news comes right on the heels of their one-and-only studio album nabbing third longest-running non-consecutive No.1 for Billboard’s Top 100. The pair of triumphs definitely prove that 2016 was a banner year for Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. The two gained notoriety with their breakout single “#Selfie” in 2014, but 2016 is the year they became artist. Pall spoke about it in length during an interview conducted that same year. Oddly enough, this dalliance with interview magazine came as direct result of “Closer”.
The whole event was conducted by Mathias Rosenwieg. It is definately loaded with foreshadowing as he asks the duo about their plans for the future. He starts in the typical way with some background. Pall responds by telling his story. Apparently, become a DJ was something he fell into. He had fun doing it, and started to take it more seriously when he realized it was all he was doing. His introduction to Taggart linked with a link-minded artists and the two have been on the same page ever since. Both Pall and Taggart stated that they work hard to remain relevant and present something new. Naturally, the conversation drifted to their unorthodox style.
It may be old hat now, but in 2016 the Chainsmokers were still considered EDM. Songs like “Closer” made the transition to an EDM-infused pop, but at the time the duo was breaking new ground. They were involved in songwriting, and Taggart was taking over lead vocals. As EDM DJs do not typically do this many were wondering where the Chainsmokers were going. Pall answered this clearly, “We have reached the point where we want to establish who we are and create a unified body of work to illustrates that”. Basically, they want to be recognized as artists not remixers. In a genre rife with a dozen covers of the same source music, Pall and Taggart wanted to stand out as legitimate artists.
Clayton Hutson is a talented singer whose interest developed while he was still a young boy. He studied from Central Michigan University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Theatre design and did master’s in business administration from the Stephen M.Ross school of business. Immediately Clayton graduated many companies had called him because of his position to the lively entertainment.in the company he was given the position of a project manager and at the same time worked as a sound engineer. Clayton chose the music industry because of his friendship with Billy Graham’s sound team whom they traveled with all the country even though he worked in corporate entertainment. Hutson was so passionate about the rock and roll because he had been exposed to several jobs of sound engineering, live performance and management and with this skills he decided to start his own business in the music industry.
Clay saw how successful he could be with his entrepreneurial skills and with this positive mindset he was able to make his business grow quickly along with his reputation for reliable work. Clay had traveled a lot over the years with a band called Garbage, and they had traveled to many countries in Europe. He had also spent much of his time in North America during his tours. Currently, he designs, manages and produces concerts for the famous musicians like Kelly Clarkson and Kid Rock, at his on free time he enjoys spending with his family members and enjoys woodworking and crafting projects as they help him in sharpening him. With enough experiences with sound engineering Clayton was inspired, and he opted to start his own business, before he started his business he faced some challenges that made him acquire the skills that would help him govern his business venture and with this he knew he would become someone great who was ready to set anything on his own.
Clayton makes his own money as he provides sound engineering, live production, and rigging services which include production design and management.Through his focus on stage management, he has made a lot of money that maintains and pays his bills. His passion for his business has made him successful as Clayton puts in hard work and Clayton makes sure that all best efforts are put in place for the market to grow. His determination makes him not to fear to work in odd hours and long hours, he does all the work and checks it severally to ensure that he catches his mistakes and corrects them. Learn more: http://releasefact.com/2018/04/clay-hutson-joins-halsey-tour/