Meet Jing Johnson, President of PRISM Renderings.
We are grateful that we get to partner with some exceptional, amazing clients. We’ve invited one of those amazing clients, Jing Johnson of PRISM Renderings in Houston, TX, to share more about her business, life, and favorite spots with us.
Jing started her business in 2005 with a desire to provide beautiful and quality 3D renderings and multi-media animations for developers, investors, facility owners, and architects. These 3D renderings and multi-media animations can be used for different purposes including fundraising, design approval from municipal government, to promote community buy-in, and much more. Jing’s ultimate goal is to continue to be Houston’s leading 3D architectural rendering and animation source. We asked Jing about the clients she serves, and we discovered that 50% of her clients are architecture firms while the other half are developers for commercial real estate, building owners, and project management companies.
Jing shared with us what she likes to do, “I love dancing.” She enjoys dancing just for the fun. She was in her grade school dance group and was practicing ballroom dancing shortly after college. Her parents were even senior ballroom dance champions as their retirement hobby! Jing not only enjoyed ballroom dancing but more currently enjoys traditional Chinese and contemporary dancing. Traveling, spending time with her family, movie nights, and going to concerts are all a part of what she loves to do!
Out of all the things to do in the 4th largest city in the nation, Jing’s favorite pastime is attending a concert by the Houston Symphony and enjoying seafood at Pappadeux’s Seafood Kitchen.
We wanted to know one thing that most people would be surprised to know about Jing. She shared that everyone thinks she is very disciplined and organized. She says, “I have to train myself to be disciplined and organized because it is not in my nature.” We must say that we were surprised to hear this from Jing. Her business savvy and professionalism suggests otherwise. Discovering that Jing had to train herself to take on these characteristics shows her commitment to being the very best she can be for her family, friends, her team, and her clients.
Being in business for over 13 years, Jing finds that the most important thing to do in business is to be authentic. She describes an authentic businessperson as one who has integrity. This integrity should be expressed with a business leader’s team and their clientele. Jing shares that her ability to be authentic and integrous has produced trust in the marketplace. “My clients and my team trust me; I am always transparent even when I don’t have all the answers.” She adds, “People appreciate honesty and transparency.” Jing believes that if leaders are transparent with their team and clients, it promotes a culture of integrity where each part can admit their mistakes without shame and work together to get better.
Jing’s final thoughts in the interview leave us with a deep desire to be transparent, integrous and remembering that we are human, and we make mistakes. It is not the mistake we are to focus on but the coming together with those we work with to get better and discover solutions as a team. To learn more about Jing and her business PRISM Renderings, visit www.prismrenderings.com.