When is the light best?
Because of the studio’s large North facing windows in both studios, anytime from sunrise to sunset is great lighting!
Do you have lighting equipment?
No. The studio is natural light only but you are welcome to bring anything additional you need!
How do we get into the studio?
Before your shoot you will be emailed details instructions with key codes to enter the studios.
Which studio is best for me?
Both studios offer amazing light, but have very different vibes.
The 1900 square foot downtown studio is on the street level of the arts district. A home like set up with amazing furniture and decor. With an upscale vibe, wide open floor plan, soaring ceilings private bathroom and changing rooms, various shooting walls and styling options you are sure to impress your clients here. You will always have the studio completely to yourself during your reserved time.
Can we use the furniture?
Yes, anything in the studio is available for your use!
The Lakewood location is located on the second story of the Lakewood Business Plaza (with elevator or stair access). Making this the ideal location for boudoir shoots and shoots that require more privacy, or those that just need a blank white wall. The space is 1000 square feet separated into four different rooms. A greeting area, two shooting studios, and a changing room. Because the space is smaller the light bounces beautifully and is a brighter, crisper light than the downtown studio.
Can we rent the studios for workshops or styled shoots?
Yes! We would love to have you in our space. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Is the studio available for events?
Yes! Our downtown studio space is perfect for events – we would love to work with you! Please contact email@example.com to set up a tour!
Our downtown location is in the heart of the arts district in Denver. There are three designated parking spots in a lot right next to the space and there is also plenty of street parking available.
Our Lakewood studio is located on the second floor of the Lakewood Plaza building. There is plenty of spacing in the front or the back of the building.