Hutton Broadcasting’s team of professionals is what makes us who we are. Between us, there are decades of experience in radio, print, digital, video services, marketing, and sales. In fact, we may need to count the years in centuries instead! Count on our team members to fulfill your multimedia marketing needs. Meet the key members of the Hutton Broadcasting team.
MEET OUR TEAM
Scott Hutton is the owner-operator of Hutton Broadcasting. Scott, along with his family, started Hutton Broadcasting in 2007. Scott has led the company on a mission to grow outside of radio to include digital, video, and print. Scott is an avid golfer, fisher, and skier and can be found outside in his spare time.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Chris embarked on a career in the motion picture industry after moving to Los Angeles and becoming a core member of Alcon Entertainment, an independent motion picture production studio with a distribution partnership with Warner Bros. In 2008, he made the move to Santa Fe with his wife (who grew up in Taos) and daughter, and he soon found a place on the team at Big Brothers Big Sisters. In 2014, he joined the Santa Fe New Mexican, and in October 2021, Chris was pleased to begin his journey with Hutton Broadcasting. Chris looks forward to contributing to continued success and growth for Hutton Broadcasting and its partners.
Olivia is a New Mexico State University journalism graduate from El Paso, Texas, who now calls Las Cruces, New Mexico, home. She is a writer, photographer, and editor for Neighbors magazine and manages LasCruces.com along with several of Hutton’s social media accounts. Olivia wears many hats within the company, which means every day is unique, exactly the way she prefers. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with loved ones, art, and supporting local businesses, especially women-owned businesses.
Program Director – 101.5 The Cat
Program Director – ESPN 1400 & 93.7 FM
Brad has had a lifelong fascination with radio, which began when he listened to his transistor radio in bed at night and hearing stations in Boston, Chicago, New Orleans, and other faraway places. He majored in radio/TV at Butler University and upon graduation went to Jackson, Wyoming, spending almost 18 years there at KMTN-FM. From there it was on to seven years at KTAO-FM in Taos, New Mexico. He’s now in his nineteenth year in Santa Fe and has worked for Clear Channel Radio, KLBU-FM, and 14 years with Hutton Broadcasting.
In 2017 he was asked to come up with a jazz format and gave birth to The Cat, a 24/7 traditional jazz station with listeners around the world whose ears he tickles with shows like the Kitty Cat Lounge on Thursday nights.
Program Director – KVSF
Richard Eeds is the daily afternoon talk show host (The Voice of Santa Fe) on KTRC Talk 1260 & 103.7 and is the program director for the station. Richard also hosts a weekend show called Experience New Mexico, promoting the outdoor recreation industry.
Richard began his radio career in Colorado, spinning vinyl at a small station in the Rockies. He later had an afternoon program on the very conservative talker, KKOB, in Albuquerque and was known as Richard the Red by his right-wing listeners. He also volunteered at KUNM, public radio, and was the host of All That Jazz.
Governor Bill Richardson hired Richard as director of advertising and marketing for the New Mexico Tourism Department and Richard was there until the end of Richardson’s term after which Richard returned to radio.
Born in Texas but growing up in Farmington, New Mexico, Richard grew to love the people and landscapes of this state. He moved to Mill Valley, California, in 1967 (the Summer of Love) and finished high school there before heading off to college at University of California-Santa Barbara and then University of California-Santa Cruz. He studied politics, literature, and the environment.
Richard now lives in Santa Fe and enjoys the natural and cultural wonderland that is Northern New Mexico.
Director of Publishing & Marketing
Las Cruces General Manager
Cheryl Fallstead came to New Mexico from California, where she earned degrees in journalism and educational administration. She and her husband moved to New Mexico in 2006 and never looked back, finding their true home in the Land of Enchantment. Her work background is diverse and includes serving as director of safety and rural health for the California Farm Bureau, teaching, and freelancing as a writer, editor, and photographer while also hosting radio shows like New Mexico Mile Markers. When not working, Cheryl and her husband enjoy exploring the state.
Cheryl joined the Hutton team in March 2020 as the publisher of Neighbors magazine. She then took over managing the publishing department, including SantaFe.com and LasCruces.com, and overseeing Hutton’s Las Cruces projects. She now also manages marketing for Hutton Broadcasting.
Honey Harris has been the host of The Big Show with Honey Harris weekday mornings on KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe since December 2003. Honey was one of the original DJs of Radio Free Santa Fe when it initially hit the airwaves in 1995. Honey has lived in Santa Fe since June 1992 and is originally from the Deep South where she began her radio career as music director and DJ at Mississippi State University.
Honey is a big supporter of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter among many other local nonprofits. Aside from entertaining the masses, Honey enjoys cooking and playing guitar, racquetball, and poker. Honey has also appeared in numerous comedy shows including her one-woman opus, The Southern Belle Jar.
Digital Marketing Director
Born and raised in Santa Fe, Jesse started his love affair with marketing at UNM’s Anderson School of Business achieving both a Bachelor’s Degree in finance and a Master’s Degree in Marketing. Soon after he moved to San Diego, CA to start his career and after numberios corporate jobs Jesse decided that he would be of best service to his community by opening up his own business designed to serve the marketing needs of small businesses. After a number of years, Jesse decided to look for job opportunities back in his hometown of Santa Fe and was excited to find Hutton Broadcasting, who shared his passion for community and helping local businesses prosper online. Currently, Jesse directs Hutton Broadcasting digital marketing efforts as well as Tractions Works, the client facing a division of Hutton Broadcasting.
Elisa Bourguet Hutton is proud to have grown up in New Mexico. With family from Las Cruces to Santa Fe, she often spent summers in Southern New Mexico and now lives in Santa Fe with her husband, Scott, two teenage children, and the family dog. Elisa comes from a long line of local artists, musicians, and talented home cooks. She perfected her red chile recipe by learning from the best and adding her twist to this beloved local sauce. Elisa is part of the Hutton Broadcasting video team. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and filming and editing video.
Cinematographer & Editor
A Santa Fe native, McCall has fostered a deep connection to the land and light of the high desert. Something truly feels different about New Mexico, and in his work, McCall thrives on bringing that feeling to life. Ever watch a sunset and think, “Wow, that’s totally WILD!”… Well, that thought is, essentially, what McCall strives to recreate through video.
After graduating from Colorado College in 2016 with a degree in film and new media, McCall has worked in all aspects of video production, both as a freelancer and as lead cinematographer and editor for Hutton since 2018. On off days, you’ll find McCall snowboarding at Ski Santa Fe, playing competitive soccer, walking his noble hound, Moose, or possibly watching his boys, Chelsea F.C., absolutely rip up the English Premier League.