Heavy timber structure, exposed brick, and concrete floors are highlighted along with clean contemporary details to make for a beautiful state-of-the-art photographic workspace. A generous traditional dark room and thoughtfully arranged studio space support a seamless, yet flexible, photographic workflow.
The client trained before the advent of digital photography and the studio enables a hybrid workflow that allows him to achieve his vision through both digital and analog means. Large glass block-filled windows allow for natural light, while floor-to-ceiling black out curtains provide maximum control over lighting conditions within the space. Ambient lighting is provided by pendant mounted LED fixtures that recall the four-foot-long industrial fluorescent lights that would have lit the space for much of its history.