In the fast paced world we find ourselves in paying attention to details seems time consuming. Yet when you walk into a place that has done a good job of this you notice it. When I set out to design my studio I wanted to give it as much detail as my budget would allow. There is a consistency as you go from one area to another that ties the space together. The selection of colors and textures were designed to create an elegant yet casual creative canvas for the mind. I did not want specifics but rather open potential in the space. I think this lends itself to creativity and variety.
A collection of camera’s offer’s a hint of the function of the space. An open plan allows your eyes to wonder across the area creating an spacious feeling. North facing natural light gives a soft illumination to the space creating little need for artificial lighting. A large open shooting area upstairs separates the office area from the creative area. This creates a sense of privacy from the public area. It has north facing clear story windows with a high ceiling casting great natural light. The walls and ceiling are white. So are the curtains dividing the space in half for more intimate shots. The photography potential is only limited by the imagination.
I invite you to drop by and take a look at the studio. Call for an appointment and pamper yourself with a professional hair and make up artist, a glass of wine and a glamorous portrait session.