If the insurance industry wants to make healthcare more affordable, it needs to make it more accessible. The two are inseparable, as they require awareness by the public—and promotion by insurers—to be successful.
The two are the product of communication that expresses itself through a story photographers shoot and marketers sell, whose selling point is that what you see is what you get: more than the appearance of comfort, but its achievement; more than the sight of help, but its attainment; more than the image of efficiency, but its accomplishment.
To tell this story requires a studio spacious enough to transform into a set that looks personal and speaks to the professionalism of insurers and doctors. It must speak with a degree of eloquence, visually, that exceeds what most people can convey verbally.
To have the space to create this story requires FD Photo Studio. That is to say, it requires a solution to the logistical and financial issues that make finding and renting a photography studio a hassle.
That FD Photo Studio solves these problems, thereby allowing clients to photograph or film their respective stories—to author a narrative in which the medium is the message, in which what the viewer sees it what the photographer meant to say—that this solution exists is reason enough for insurers to popularize increased access to healthcare.
To customize this story is to capture it in the fullness not only of a specific space but of a studio that is the right place for this chapter to begin.