A quiet Sunday at the studio finally gave me some time to take some snaps of the new studio. The studio (my studio mate is Jared Carlson, a local graphic designer) we have not named yet, so for now, it is just The Studio. We are still missing a few tidbits such as signage and so on but this is where we like to play and work...
The seamless/cyc wall/cove, whatever you want to call it. With all the natural light which I use a lot in shooting, it is perfect for me. And sometimes we project these videos on it and it turns into an impromptu dance floor.
If you come visit me for a coffee, this is where we will be hanging out.
Some of my images from a series of one beautiful eclectic house.
Jared re-designed this table. That Jared, so handy.
Kind of always had a fascination with wood.
My little work space and some of the things I like to look at when working. We have some tunes from The Flashdance, a vintage photo booth post card I received from my friends Jeff and Marta of Wilkosz and Way a few years back (and I think I will always have it), one of my favourite illustrations by Yoshitomo Nara, and a print of lawn chairs by Aimee Van Drimmelen. The framed piece is by Alicia Bock, I love her work and this image is perfect for cold Saskatchewan winters.
Left + Below: some of the little tidbits I use for the Lifestyle Session final packages. Right: Best lamp ever!
Far left is my little gem of a purchase from Loyal Loot. Right: I guess what one would call our kitchen.
I recycled my Lola's Room calendar to fill the wall. I kind of like how it turned out.
Jared's library of all things design related.
Left: Our 'dark studio'/home for all our light stands/old ladder/coat rack. Right: Jared's Grandmother's vintage baking kitchen. You can see some horns poking out behind, which is one of Jared's sculptures.
Old cameras. And one of Heather McNabb's buffalo head, headphone wearing prints is behind.
In the cabinet we have a print from Michelle Brownridge of Articulate Ink. It's of a motor home. I had to buy it. And my favourite photo ever, my Grandma and Grandpa in the most loveliest embrace.
A few of Jared's pieces and the blue door!
What I like to call the 'rec room'. I guess it's only missing wood panelling walls. It is pretty much for hanging out and playing. In the spring it will become a gallery space.
Battleship and Bieber!
Our view from up above Scarth St. And there you have it! Come visit!