Mark Smith


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Mark Smith is the Vice President of Business Development with the PWG (Photo Works Group) a boutique EGD implementor and creative solutions provider of interior signage, way-finding solutions, large format, printed dye-sub fabrics, and fabrication solutions.

Living in Ashland, Virginia in a 1907 antique home, explores the MidAtlantic region, and eastern seaboard markets. Mark collaborates with a network of facilities managers, architects, corporate marketing, higher learning construction, and museum clients. Joining PWG after a twenty-five-plus-year career in the visual arts, sales of brand-related marketing, offering client-centric solutions for Fortune 500 companies.

PWG is an EGD Implementation company providing a holistic and turnkey approach to experiential projects, formal way signage, large format graphics, exhibits, displays, signs, and fabrication. Mark gets great pleasure out of working with a talented team of artisans that create and craft experiences in spaces. We provide the execution of design visions and engagements. We are Mid-Atlantic's largest provider of printed dye-sub-fabric products and environmental graphic design backlit frame products, Clara-frame & Fabeze. PWG provides custom fabrications to solve client interior challenges.

During his extensive experiences, Mark had a lengthy career in printing, commercial, fine art, and supreme court briefs. Mark has collaborated on brand shifts for Bloomberg and internal cultural shift, for Booz Allen Hamilton.
Mark worked with some of the largest Law firms while running a litigation support company for several years.

Mark studied photography with Lloyd Wolf, Paula Endo, industrial lighting with Bill Hayward, Bill Weems, Niel Selkirk has a great appreciation for design, typography, art, and fellow creatives.

A thought leader and learner, listener Mark brings value to his client relationships, representing the physical interaction of brands & creating human experiences.

Community service
Mark is a current member and past President of the Ashland Rotary Club. Through his passion and leadership has partnered with two Hanover county clubs to write a $20,000 grant to distribute meals to nurses, doctors, and first responders during the time of need in the COVID pandemic.