Visual storytelling that connects your unique brand with your ideal customer
Stories connect us
People love to hear a good story. Stories of challenge, growth, and triumph have connected individuals for centuries. Especially now, customers want to know the story behind the products they use and the businesses they purchase them from. Every individual, business, and organization has a unique story to tell. Telling that story defines their brand and connects them to their ideal customer.
What is your story?
HOW CAN WE HELP TELL YOUR STORY?
Photos tell the story of where we have been and inspire our journey to where we will go next. Whether it is for websites, social media, or marketing material visual impact is critical in our ever-changing world. However, capturing that imagery can be challenging because of time and resources.
J. Laaper Studios provides personalized photography libraries, where you can access high quality and creative content that is uniquely yours and without paying an upfront fee.
Virtual experiences bring stories to life. Unlike video where your customer simply watches their screen, a virtual experience allows them to explore your space in a multi-dimensional and self-paced way. Whether you own a shop, are a curator for a museum, or want to share the space where you create and sell your products, virtual experiences connect you with your ideal customers in a more authentic way.
Through the use of 3D scans, embedded videos, audio clips, and photography, J. Laaper Studios provides virtual experiences that connect your customers with your space from anywhere they are.
BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY
Connecting you to your goals
BEHIND THE LENS
This is my story...
Photography connects us with our past while helping us map out our futures. Whether it is creating a business, planning a vacation, or designing a house, photography can help grow our ideas but it can also save a life. My story started out very ordinary. Like most new parents, I purchased a camera to capture every wonderful moment of our new daughter's life, the first step, first solid food, first birthday, etc. I didn't want to miss a moment but soon enough after all the first year firsts were over the camera was put away only to come out for birthdays and events.
When my son was born, the camera came out again and all the first pictures were taken to start documenting his life. However, there was something different in these photos than the ones of my daughter. There was a small white dot in the middle of his right eye. It was hard to see but there was something there. I didn't think much of it at first. I figured I was doing something wrong with the camera, but I made a doctor's appointment just in case. The following six months were a nightmare...