Stephen Hilton, composer, producer, musician, internet influencer and recovered addict invites us to join in on a candid and personal discussion hosted by Dr. Joanne Ardovini, Professor and Dean of Human Services Education & Public Administration, Program Director of Human Services and Common Curriculum, Metropolitan College of New York.
Hilton will share his journey from addiction to sobriety. He and his wife, comedian Laura Clery, have shared their stories of addiction and recovery to help bring attention to the cause and help others cope and find a path to sobriety. Using humor, music and honesty, they have developed a huge and engaged audience on social media platforms and YouTube.
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More About Stephen Hilton:
Though Stephen Hilton might be best known for his affiliation with the industrial sound of alternative 90’s band Depeche Mode, he has had even greater success working with some of the world’s best-known artists such as Gwen Stefani, U2, Alicia Keys, Ke$ha, Trevor Horn, David Arnold, No Doubt, Pharrell Williams and Madonna. As a talented composer, Hilton’s music is also embedded in your memory from commercials for global companies like Apple, Levi’s, Ferrari, SONY and Mercedes.
Hilton left the United Kingdom with his wife, internet celebrity and comedian Laura Clery, for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with Academy and Grammy award-winning producer/composer Hans Zimmer. Stephen Hilton has scored and worked on some of the world’s most loved Hollywood features such as Ocean’s 11, 12, 13, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Great Gatsby, Zoolander, Fast and Furious 6, The Amazing Spiderman 2, Madagascar 3, and many more.
Shortly after getting married in 2012, Hilton and Clery launched Idiots, Inc., which is producing shows and commercials, as well as, creating viral entertainment content. They became parents to son Alfred in 2019 and are expecting their second child in April.
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