Buffalo Girl Productions is owned and operated by Ludmilla Saskova. Ludmilla does web design, graphic design, multimedia and social media productions. She also designs printed public relations materials, business cards, and brochures. Ludmilla is an artist with a talent for design, and she partners with Robert Dickow, who does the programming.
Buffalo Girl Productions mostly undertakes projects for small businesses, and Ludmilla especially enjoys creating websites for artists and non-profits. For several years she was the much-appreciated webmaster for the Moscow Food Co-op. Her business also takes on bigger accounts, like the Idaho Commission on the Arts. Ludmilla likes the fact that her business allows her to be creative and challenged at the same time. Math is her hobby, art and design her profession.
Buffalo Girl Productions has won awards for its work. The University of Idaho Press Club awarded the business first place in the website category. Buffalo Girl Productions also won a first place gold and a silver award for electronic publications from the Association for Communication Excellence.
She made two films in Moscow that are posted on Vimeo. One is a dramatic film called “Children of the Wind” (https://vimeo.com/122997811) and the other is a documentary on Cowgirl Chocolates owner Marilyn Lysohir and her art (https://vimeo.com/122994725). If you check the Buffalo Girl Productions website www.buffalogirlsproductions.com/ you can see portfolios of some of the websites Ludmilla has designed and snippets of some films she created.
Ludmilla grew up in Prague and eventually made her way to Los Angeles. At some point she decided she wanted to live in the country and moved to this area over 20 years ago. She has a home in the “suburbs of Deary.” She still travels to Prague and Los Angeles for visits. Last fall she went to Prague for a high school reunion. Recently she had friends from Prague visit Idaho and spend some time with her. They took a fun and adventurous road trip to Los Angeles. Visiting LA made Ludmilla realize that she misses the art scene and her friends who still live there.
Much as she may miss LA, Ludmilla still finds much pleasure in her home outside of Deary. She enjoys the company of her sheep, chickens, dog and cat. She raises sheep organically and harvests the wool to make yarn. She then knits natural wool items. In addition she enjoys creating art, photography, oil paintings, and collages. She has a booth at the Winter Market, held in the 1912 Center, where she sells her lovely creations.
Ludmilla has one son, Tonda, who lives in Moscow and has his own business – Backcountry Lark, an outdoor equipment store on Main Street in Moscow.
To learn more about Ludmilla and her designs, check out her cards, notebooks, and collections on www.buffalogirlsdesign.com and her Facebook page: www.facebook.com/buffalogirlsdesign/
BUFFALO GIRL PRODUCTIONS IS A MOSCOW FOOD CO-OP
Through our Business Partner Program, Co-op owners receive a discount on locally owned businesses that partner with the Co-op, and the Co-op promotes our locally owned partners.
At Buffalo Girl Productions, Co-op members receive a free domain name for first year and 10% discount on web or graphic design.
Buffalo Girl Productions can be contacted at 208-882-0889; buffalogirlsproductions.com; email@example.com
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