Great article in Businessweek about White Collar Hoarding. Nice to see Matt and Peter Walsh interviewed in the same article. Click here to enjoy.
Richmond Magazine follows Matt Paxton and his crew for a day and finds out how you can find meaning in the chaos. I love this article because it shows the other side of hoarding and doesn’t just focus on the shock and awe of what we find. Check it our here. Bonus, there is a great picture of Matt and his family.
Matt Paxton sits down with the RTD to discuss growth and future plans for Clutter Cleaner here. Thanks to our clients for saying great things about us.
Matt Paxton helps compulsive hoarders clean out their homes and clean up their lives — earning him a prominent role on the A&E reality series Hoarders. Read about it here.
Thanks to Jason Del Rey from Inc Magazine for featuring our WSJ article in his blog. Jason points out we’ve been able to leverage our television exposure to help people and keep costs down. Thanks for focusing on the business and not just on our TV time. You can view the blog post here if you are interested.
WSJ.com features Matt Paxton from Clutter Cleaner in “turning messes into success.” This is a great article with an accompanying slide show that shows how messy some of our hoarding jobs can be. If you’ve ever been interested in working with Clutter Cleaner this is a must read. Thanks to the WSJ for featuring Clutter Cleaner!
Dystel sold world rights to Hoarders by Matt Paxton, the host of the A&E show of the same name, to John Duff at Perigee. Perigee is the trade paperback division of Penquin Publishing (www.us.penquin.com). Every week Paxton cleans up the houses of people with this rare dysfunction, while also helping them deal with the psychological reasons behind their inability to throw stuff away; the show is A&E’s most popular, with roughly three million viewers. Paxton is co-writing with Phaedre Hise, and the book, subtitled True Stories of Tackling Extreme Clutter, will explain the disorder, how to diagnose it, and how to cure it. Click here to learn more.
We have won a Muse Award honor from the VMFA! We couldn’t be more flattered or excited to receive this award. All the staff have worked very hard to get to where we are and are so proud to do great work and be recognized for it. We were in good company with other Richmond area business winners at the event last night. What a fabulous celebration. Here are a couple of photos of us. We wanted to share our big smiles!
Matt will speak at the Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired on June 24th. The students who participate in this Health Education Series are between 20-60 years old and will look for Matt to share how easily clutter can take over your life and how much healthier and less stressful it is to keep organized and on top of things.
Matt loves participating in these local educational classes and helping programs like the ones at the Virginia Rehabilitation Center. If you’d like him to come speak to your group or organization, please call or write. We are happy to schedule a time for him to participate!