Our space is located within The Loom, which used to be an old textile mill with rich industrial history. From the moments entering the building, to making your way up from the elevator shaft, and proceeding to entering the studio, you feel the essence of that late 1800's factory feel.
You will be immediately immersed into the creative production side of the studio space upon entry. A spacious open area that consists of a standard backdrop setup with various colored backdrops at your disposal, a Westcott X-Drop backdrop stand with textured backdrops, C-stands with various alternative lighting stands and softboxes, and lastly a work station area that consists of a 7 ft long table for editing purposes that can also be used for product photography, a charging station, or a place to edit your work on your own laptop. Within this part of our studio you'll find our lighting equipment with various types of gear that can be rented for an extra fee to use for your photoshoots if you are a photographer, as well as a tethering desk that can be used while you are shooting to instantly view your digital images from your camera within seconds after it is captured on a monitor screen.
The studio goes beyond just that - there are two more rooms within the studio. The middle space is our Noir room, which is currently completely empty. This room will be built into a podcast room in the very near future. Past the Noir room is our Crimson room that consists of a lounge area, refreshment station, a vanity/makeup area, private space, and a small room that will be used a a customizable themed room. Other than that podcast area that was mentioned - we will be adding a gallery wall, rose wall, neon wall, and a cyclorama to the studio space hopefully before the year ends.
The bathroom is located beyond the two black doors towards the end of the studio and there is also another set of bathrooms on the opposite side of the floor before you walk into the main entrance to the studio, which are the preferred bathrooms that we recommend you use.