Jeremy Hutton is an activist, academic, artist manager, multi-linguist and producer, who transcends a profound engagement with political-philosophical anthropology and renaissance through the lens of abstract expressionism.
Embarking upon his first US Tour with Pearls & Swine at merely 20 years, Jeremy landed at LAX the day the Rodney King riots set LA ablaze. Marking the segue to academic life, a decade of touring followed, with Jane’s Addiction, Faith No More, Guns ‘n’ Roses, and Noiseworks, among others. A&R at Big Stars for a time, his management credits include Rose Tattoo, Pete Wells, Lucy De Soto, X, Ian Rilen, Starworld, Universe, Cathy Green, and Steve Balbi.
The gross maltreatment of Aboriginal Australia and catastrophic ecological destruction – witnessed touring the breadth of Australia as the Production Manager of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Torch Relay Celebrations – provided the catalyst for a decade of political life.
Undertaking a PhD exploring the processes of social-historical and cultural transformation, the Americas became home; Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Bogotá, Habana de Cuba, then New York City. His Latin American odyssey realised the creation of Triplespeak, followed by the formation of a cultural pathway connecting Buenos Aires and New York City, and the production of Rascasuelos Tangos Vivos at Carnegie Hall in 2016.
Casting a view upon new horizons aloft the Jamison Valley of the Gundungurra and Darug peoples, Jeremy’s collaboration with the composer, performer and producer, Steve Balbi, is born again, with a new production company, creative hub and studio in the works – Species Being.