Over the years I have pursued many career paths. Accountant, Project Manager, Software Development Manager, Business Unit Manager all while holding a firm passion for food, cooking and being creative. All of this lead me to where I am today. With a career I am truly passionate about where I can truly understand your business on a deeper level and work with you to create something wonderful.
There are literally millions of businesses out there, a world full of endless possibility, all hidden behind a screen, and it's a barrier we need to break through.
While our screens have given us the ability to reach customers from all around the world, they have also removed many of the wonderful senses that we, as human beings, use every day.
Senses like smell, touch, taste and service with a smile that we take for granted but are integral for brands to build long lasting relationships with their customers.
In this ever growing connected world it becomes more difficult to connect with your customers on a deeper level.
That's why quality food visuals matter.
I work with brands like yourself on creating visuals that evoke those senses that get lost behind a screen. Images that almost make you smell the scent of a freshly baked loaf of bread, images that leave your mouth watering as you look at that juicy steak and images that make your customers senses come alive from behind the screen.
Jennifer Schmidt is a small photography studio where I take pride in the fact that the hundreds of images that are created by me help you grow your bottom line and connect with your customers on a deeper level.
I've created stunning visuals for brands like Sofitel, Wendy's, Sodastream, Cleavers, Maille, Veggie Delights, Borrowdale, Kilcoy, and many more.
Now, if you've made it this far, and want to chat and learn more about how I can help your business click the button below.
Seriously, what are you waiting for?
Let me tell you why I do what I do and how I can help your business.
There's a screen and the internet that is separating us (me and you). It's the same screen separating you and your potential customers.