Corporate Storytelling

With more than 50 years of combined experience in national publications, we write and illustrate content that audiences find compelling and authoritative.

Science & Technology

We have a particular expertise in science and technology coverage. We can help explain complicated concepts to a broader audience.

One-Stop Content Creation

We combine words and images to create stories that work in any medium, whether print or electronic, large format or small. We deliver a complete package.

Independent Reporting

With decades of experience writing for a cross-section of national publications, we can tell your story upholding the highest standards of journalism

Books & E-Books

We don’t shy from long and complex tales, helping find the essential wisdom that we craft into chapters of text, graphics and other images.

What’s your story?

At LaVidaCo, we collaborate with you to tell your story through words and images across a wide variety of platforms, both print and online. Our deep experience in communicating is rooted in decades of work in journalism. We help you identify your most compelling content and translate it for the world to see.

 Recent work: Washington University Covid Vaccine Explainer

This simple-to-understand analogy, written and voiced by Dr. Ebony Carter, shows why the mRNA vaccines are safe for the public. 

 Recent work: All In Clayton Coalition Corona Virus Messaging

In this time of great stress, teens have more unstructured time, which can lead to risky behavior. The All In Clayton Coalition in the School District of Clayton works to encourage teens to make healthy choices. We are helping create a weekly, positive message. 

Recent work: Why Washing Your Hands Works

Dr. Linda Eissenberg, a scientist at Washington University in St. Louis, recently wrote an opinion piece for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch explaining, in a highly accessible way, why washing your hands and social distancing works to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Brado in St. Louis had the idea of illustrating the article to further the understanding, and engaged us for the visuals.

Books by LaVidaCo

In addition to helping others tell their stories, we occasionally tell our own. Below are recent releases.

Be a better visual storyteller

Do you feel like everyone expects you to be a visual thinker, but you aren’t really sure where to start? Here’s a guide to get your juices flowing: Superpowers of Visual Storytelling introduces you to 10 ways visuals can amp up your message, leaving you feeling empowered to generate ideas in that next meeting.

We’re more alike than we are different!

Turtis and Tortle: Wandering into wildly unfamiliar territory, Tortle bumps into Turtis, who looks a lot like him, but lives in the terrifying depths of a chilly stream. When Tortle sticks his neck out to see the other side of things, he finds they are more alike than they are different. Published by LaVidaCo.


Accenture  •  American Express  •  Washington University  •  University of Virginia  •  The Washington Post  •  U.S. News and World Report  •  AARP  •  National Science Foundation  •  Rappahannock News  •  Time Books  •  Mercy Hospital  •  United Healthcare  •  Sweetology  •  University of Missouri  •  World Conservation Union  •  National Geographic  •  School District of Clayton  •  City of Clayton  •  St. Francis Xavier College Church  •  Foreign Policy Magazine  •  Infinia  •  Plaza Advisory Group  •  Booksource  •  Energizer  •  JLL