Lawrence Bender is a movie producer that has worked on many well known films such as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, and Good Will Hunting. The movie that he has worked on that is perhaps my favorite is An Inconvenient Truth. This is one of the first film documentaries that laid the groundwork for exposing man made climate change as scientists know it today. The documentary does an incredible job of explaining the phenomena to anyone who care to listen, regardless of whether or not they have a scientific background. As someone who considers environmental concerns as one of the top priorities for society to deal with as a whole, this film has stuck with me throughout the years. Its ability to tie factual scientific information to the world around us made an obvious statement about what we are truly up against and what we have to lose if we do nothing to combat it. Lawrence Bender’s input on the film made it what it is and for that I am grateful.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Lawrence Bender always has had an affinity for film and figured out early on that this is what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. After working his way up through the ranks, he would later go one to be nominated for three Oscars. The first came in 1995 for Pulp Fiction where he was up for the Best Picture award. He again received the nomination for Best Picture two years later for his work on Good Will Hunting. His most recent Academy Award winning work was in 2010 when he was nominated for Best Motion Picture Of The Year. He garnered this nomination from his work on Inglorious Basterds which featured George Clooney. Although he did not win an Oscar for any of these three works, it should be noted that a nomination in and of itself is something very few people will ever experience and is deserving of high praise in its own right. Lawrence Bender continues to be an extremely influential producer in the film industry to this day. It is anyone’s bet what he will come up with next and which of his projects will soon be gracing the silver screen.
Alex Pall is one of the members of The Chainsmokers, a popular band is known for their hit singles like “Roses,” “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Closer.” According to Alex Pall, he was working as a DJ and an assistant at an art gallery before he met Drew Taggart and his manager. He was performing around the city of New York, but his career is highly unnoticed. He also revealed that being a DJ is just a sideline, and he is focusing more on becoming an art gallery assistant because it is paying more than his gig as a DJ. However, as more and more clubs around New York City knew of his skills and talent, his talent fee gradually increased, and it came a time that it has already surpassed his salary at the art gallery. Alex Pall revealed that music was already calling him, so he gave it a short and left his job at the art gallery to pursue a career on being a full-time DJ. He met his present manager in New York City, and his manager became the bridge for him to meet Drew Taggart, who came all the way from Maine to start a career in New York City.
In the beginning, Alex Pall does not have any idea what their manager’s plan is, but they slowly found out that their manager is creating a brand name for them, and they came up with The Chainsmokers as the duo’s name. Alex Pall and Drew Taggart started talking about their private lives, and because of their similarities and sharing the same interests, the two instantly became close friends. The two clicked immediately, and their manager started calling his networks to present the two. Alex Pall and Drew Taggart began their career by being a DJ around the city. Their manager would be the one looking for a place for them to perform, and they will be paid for the entire performance.
As Alex Pall and Drew Taggart discovered some of their hidden talents, they started to acquire more fans and their pay increased. In a short period, since their formation in 2012, the group has now transformed to become a global phenomenon.
The Chainsmokers is one of the most popular music duos in today’s generation. They are the ones behind the successful hits like “Roses,” “Paris,” “Something Like This,” “Closer,” and “Don’t Let Me Down,” and they are consistently making it to the top music charts. The Chainsmokers consists of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, who have experiences in being a DJ before they made it big. The Chainsmokers have millions of fans around the world, and now that they are introducing a new single, the band knew that their fans would support their song. They also added that their new single, entitled “Sick Boy,” is a deviation from their current musical genre, and stated that it would explore a deeper and darker theme. The Chainsmokers has been around since 2012, creating hit music for the younger generation.
Before becoming The Chainsmokers, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall have two different lives. Alex Pall worked in an art gallery, looking after all of the artworks displayed inside. He would sometimes part-time as a DJ in New York City, but it was not his main source of income. However, as he mastered the art of being a DJ, he noticed that the number of his gigs is increasing. When the time came that the money he makes from being a DJ is higher than the one he is making from looking after the art gallery, he decided to pursue a more serious career in the music industry. His present manager handled him, and it was also the one who introduced him to Andrew Taggart, who was also a DJ Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart became close friends because they share the same passion. Their manager had the idea to combine their talents and thus, The Chainsmokers was born.
The Chainsmokers have come a long way, but they still keep their feet on the ground. The Chainsmokers have become one of the most successful musical duos in history, and their music videos have been watched hundreds of millions of times. Their songs are also constantly played on the radio, and their names are famous around the world.
Playing an important role in the successful performances of the music industry’s biggest names makes Clayton Hutson a big name as well. He has been instrumental in the concerts of many pop singers and famous rock bands of today. Hutson has functioned as a live sound engineer and production manager of the concert performances of many music stars. He knows every intricate detail and the problems confronting concert performances and their solutions. He is now the head of his own professional group offering professional services in the music industry.
His expertise in live sound engineering and concert production management includes logistics and management, rigging and stage management, show production, production design, and monitor engineering. Hutson’s company offers a budget friendly arrangement with his clients because it is on a turn-key basis. That is why more and more clients are choosing him over his competitors. It doesn’t matter what kind of event is at hand, Hutson can provide all the sound and stage equipment requirements because his company offers a one-stop-shop solution. That means any event can be organized and held faster, safer and cheaper. Hutson’s experience as a live sound engineer and show producer is over 25 years proving that his talent and skills in this industry is worth every penny that he is asking.
Hutson’s interest in music started when he was a child and he has spent his lifetime working in the music industry. His love for music led him to make a career out of it. Among the famous singers whom he has worked with in the past include Kelly Clarkson and other biggies. He has also worked with famous rock bands like Garbage, Pink and Guns N’ Roses. Working with luminaries in the music industry is only one of the strengths of Hutson. He is also well-known for his talents in designing and testing of high-end stage and audio equipment. Hutson has an important role in the introduction of the very first DIGICO SD11 sound console in the market. He partnered with Aaron Lewis, Staind’s founder and front man, for this project.
Lewis and Hutson also worked together in 2011 producing the former’s country solo album. This is a stripped-down album that features Lewis’ various tours including performances in a casino, a live concert in a stadium with 50,000 seats, and gigs in churches and honk-tonks across the country. It is customary for Hutson to play many roles simultaneously during performances. He sometimes functioned as the FOH/.Monitor Engineer, or worked as a tour manager and production manager. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/clayton-hutson-1a2e