I’ve had a very exciting week this week! After meeting with the owner of The Photographer’s Studio, located at 15607 – 100 A avenue, right accross the street from the Grant MacEwan Centre for the Arts, I am now a member and will be using this gorgeous space as my professional studio starting on January 1st, 2013. Actually, I will be using it for my Holiday Mini Sessions next month, so if you book in for one of those you will get to experience the studio in all of its awesomeness! Those details are coming shortly.
What does this mean for you, my wonderful clients and future clients? No more shooting from my home unless absolutely necessary. All cake smashes, newborn sessions, mini sessions, and any maternity and baby’s first year packages that want indoor shots will be shot here. That doesn’t mean I won’t still be doing a ton of outdoor sessions when weather (or creativity) allows, but now I will always have access to a great indoor space that can accomodate more than 4 people. Of course, that does mean my prices will go up (not a lot, but a bit) in 2013, so I will honour my current pricing if you book a session with me for sometime in 2013. New prices will be in effect January 1, 2013. Please contact me and I will be glad to help you set something up.
Bellow are some shots for my new studio. There is a kitchen/waiting area, and office/consultation area (or a dressing room when needed), a patio complete with a claw foot tub, and then the main studio, which is just gorgeous, complete with a bed set-up. Not only is this bed perfect for some family and family with newborn lifestyle shots, it is PERFECT for a boudoir marathon. I’ve been itching at trying my hand at boudoir photography for a while actually, so I am working on putting together a boudoir marathon sometime in January with an awesome hair stylist and make-up artist. The boudoir part of my business will have a separate blog as it doesn’t really blend with my brand of a family themed photography business, so keep an eye out for that as well.
What do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!