The T.J. Martell Foundation is the music industry’s largest foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS. The Foundation sources and supports early-stage research projects aimed at developing more effective clinical treatments for patients which otherwise might not be funded. Tom Hatton covers their 50th anniversary Gala for YRB Magazine.
Tom Hatton is also a host for the UK arm of Buzz 60, which is a Zazoom Media production in New York. Buzz 60 is daily 1 minute news vignettes that is engaging and at the same time informative and Buzz worthy. Content covers entertainment, science, Lifestyle and Technology. Buzz 60 has more that 60 million views a month on sites such as Yahoo, Aol, MSN and Hearst. In less than 4 years, the show reached the billion view mark. On the Red Carpet Host Tom has worked and produced segments for Sky TV, YRB, The Vicky Winters Show and The Expeditioner.
Hatton also hosted the innovative 3D global news and entertainment TV show ‘In the Qube’ for the Animax platform on Sony’s global network. The show was produced by Embassy Row which is known for bringing ‘Who Want’s to be a Millionaire’ to the US from Europe. The show was aired across the world to a reported 60 million viewers. Tom Hatton interviewed Jay Sean, Girls Like Boys, Lifehouse, Agnes and Michael Jackson guitarist Ariadne interviewed The Qube was co-Hosted by Maria Sansone. The show covered a variety of areas including fashion, visual art, tech, science, movies, music, sport. The show focused on contemporary youth culture.
As a Red Carpet interviewer for Sky, Tom was based in New York and interviewed celebrities such as Julianne Moore. On the Red Carpet for YRB, Tom Hatton has interviewed music business stars such as Bryan-Michael Cox, Clive Davis, ’Big’ John Platt, Jerry Wonda and AR Keys. He has voice-presented shows for Apple and VH1 working with Alicia Keys, Nick Jonas, Nicole Richie Chemical Brothers, Mumford and Sons, Florence and the Machine, Ellie Goulding and Sam Smith, Vance Joy, Tove Lo, Bleachers, Churches, Echosmith. On Network TV, Tom has worked with Mariska Hargitay and Ice T for Law and Order (SVU) on NBC and Michael Imperioli for Life on Mars on ABC.
He trained at The Old Vic, London The Lee Strasberg Institute, New York and has trained at the Magnet Improvisational Theater, in New York and under Charles Michel for Voice Over work.
As a model Tom has worked for Vogue, Maxim, Louis Vuitton, Boss Models.