press release

Clean Design Announces Seven New Hires

Creative team continues to grow as agency gains momentum

Clean Design, an award-winning branding + advertising agency, today announced the addition of seven new employees to its creative team led by Chief Creative Officer Scott Scaggs. The seven new additions to Clean Design will be working in a range of roles, including designing, copywriting, web development, and production.

“Growing this already impressive creative team is more than just increasing our numbers,” said Scaggs. “We’ve added to our collective expertise in ways that will help us craft new and different user experiences.”

“2016 is shaping up to be a record year for the agency in terms of new client work and growth,” said Clean Design CEO Natalie Perkins. “These new employees bring give a fresh perspective and skill set and will play a large role in our continued success.”

New hires include:

Laura Craig as associate designer. Laura recently graduated from Edinboro University with a BFA in Applied Media Arts with a concentration in graphic and interactive design.

Hannah Freyaldenhoven as associate copywriter. A recent graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, Hannah puts her passion for reading and writing to work in order to help a variety of clients craft their brand narrative.

Wesley Hyatt as content editor and proofreader. For over 25 years, Wesley has been a professional editor and writer, most recently at Citrix. He has also authored eight books on various television shows.

Stephanie Livesay as production artist. Stephanie recently graduated from Meredith College with a graphic design major and studio art and photography minors.

Ben Quirk as front-end developer. A graduate of EPCI University’s College of Technology, Ben comes to Clean Design with an experienced background in web development and an eye for design. He has extensive experience in coding and quality assurance.

Megan Van Patten as copywriter. A graduate of Radford University, Megan has experience connecting and creating identities for B2B brands in the tech and medical industries, such as Lenovo, Quintiles, UNC Healthcare, and BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina.