Pamela Alford has more than 25 years of experience in graphic design; 15 years in website design/development and video/television production. Pamela has produced (6) television series for nationwide broadcast, over 500 training and promotional videos, and well over 2,500 product videos.
Pamela is the producer and co-host of the popular outdoor cooking TV series, Campfire Cafe on RFD-TV network and PBS broadcast to over 40 million households from 2003-2014 – now available online.
EMG is a small agency and because of this – business interactions are simple, efficient, and most important, personable. But, don’t let our size fool you – we maintain a full service design and production studio providing solutions that rival those of agencies ten times our size. Our services include website design, development and hosting, print and online graphic design, logo design and company branding, photography, video production, social media implementation, ecommerce development, and more. Furthermore, EMG does not advertise. All our clients are the result of referrals from other clients.
We do more for less and better than any. In order to do that, we listen to our clients and determine a strategy for providing services that consider budget, target, and existing marketing efforts. We maintain complete in-house capabilities that eliminate the need to outsource thus keeping costs reasonable. We deliver projects on-time and in-budget, and stand behind our work.
We’re equipped to tackle any project you send our way. Depending on your specific needs, we’re available on a per-project or contract basis, specializing in short-term project needs. But we also have the ability to become part of your team in order to provide ongoing service and support for long-term projects.
Understanding our clients, their staff capabilities, and the target audience is key to providing services that meet project requirements, budget and desired outcome. Our clients provide valuable input that we translate into delivery of a project that – when complete – serves to help them move forward on their own.