New Hires and Promotion at McCullough Creative

McCullough Creative is pleased to announce the addition of four new employees including: Jordan Deutmeyer, Sean Duggan, Jeff Montgomery, and Paul Soderblom, and the promotion of Annie Koelker to the position of Art Director of Experiential Design.

Koelker will tackle the front-end planning for museum exhibits, envisioning how the physical space can be used to tell a story and enhance every aspect of the visitor experience. She has 14 years of marketing experience, including more than a decade with McCullough Creative, where she has served as a designer and senior designer.

Jordon Deutmeyer has been added as a designer. In this role, Deutmeyer will utilize his skills and experience to design print publications, social media content, and trade-show and museum displays. He earned a Bachelor’s of Graphic Design from the University of Northern Iowa and boasts six years of experience in graphic design. Most recently, Deutmeyer worked for Boyd Gaming Corporation, where he curated content that drew attention to promotions, entertainment, and nightlife at Las Vegas casinos.

McCullough Creative is pleased to announce the addition of Sean Duggan as a fabrication specialist. He will be involved with cutting, painting, assembling, and installing a wide variety of displays for clients. Duggan has 10 years of experience in metal fabrication and three years of experience in carpentry. He studied industrial engineering at Iowa State University.

McCullough Creative is also pleased to announce the addition of Jeff Montgomery as a creative copywriter. He will provide written content for a variety of campaigns and publications, ranging from quarterly magazines to video scripts and social media content. Montgomery earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has more than a dozen years of experience in business writing.

Paul Soderblom has been added as a senior account manager of displays, exhibits, and events. In this role, Soderblom will lead museum and interpretive center clients through the planning, design, and content development, fabrication, and installation of their projects. Paul has more than 25 years of experience in design and exhibits, including serving as the design project manager for the 9/11 museum in New York City.

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