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Mottis names Brandee Hedding creative director

Hedding has worked with some of the region’s leading agencies and will now help Mottis’ growing list of international clients strengthen their marketing and advertising initiatives.

“Our recent rebrand was a flag in the ground,” Hedding said. “It was a statement that we are ready to move forward and grow, compete with some of the best in our industry, both in this area and in the nation. I’m excited to be a part of that growth. We have a talented team here — a team with bright ideas that will help our client’s realize their goals.”

Hedding specializes in digital mediums and her promotion to creative director is a direct result of Mottis’ commitment to providing clients with programs that will thrive in a digital world. She seeks to integrate what has traditionally worked — bold copy, great art and strong concepts — with new platforms geared toward reaching the right audience quickly.

“Brandee is Mottis in many ways,” said Shelley Kelly, Mottis president and CEO. She’s a free spirit with strong, proven experience, but is constantly looking to find new ways of doing things.”

Brandee joined Mottis as a senior art director. She previously served as senior art director at Jennings in Chapel Hill, Craig Jackson & Partners and RBW. She has built campaigns for a dynamic list of clients, including Volvo Trucks North America, Nasher Museum of Art, WakeMed Health & Hospitals, the Carolina Hurricanes, Habitat for Humanity, BB&T, Biscuitville and the Dollar Tree.

Brandee Hedding

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