If you follow any of my social media accounts, you are probably sick of hearing about my new studio. I just can’t help it, I’m so excited I have to share the heck out of it!
Upon the arrival of my third baby, we quickly realized that our three bedroom, no playroom house was becoming a bit too cramped for us. In other words–toys began to take over our lives. I’m not the cleanest or neatest person you’ll ever meet, but clutter in my living space is enough to put me in a crazy house.
After weighing all of our options, we decided we loved our location too much to move and decided to invest in our house to make it more functional for our current family situation. We completely gutted our lower level and made a new master bedroom space and expanded my studio space threefold. It has been a labor of love and I am so excited to finally be able to start working in the space.
If you were one of the ‘lucky ones’ to have experienced my first studio space, you will be floored by the changes made to accommodate this new space. It is a much more beautiful, comfortable, and functional space. It will allow me to take more chances and experiment with more ideas and hopefully produce even more beautiful images for everyone. I have upgraded nearly everything in the space to make my workflow for both newborns, babies, kiddos and families alike more effective. I currently have studio openings as early as mid-April, I hope to see you soon!
I’m so excited to have all my props and goodies all in the same spot finally! Everything has a place, no more shoving things here and there 🙂
I have a little refrigerator and coffee/snack bar now! Newborn sessions can be long, and I want your experience to be relaxing and comfortable. Have a drink and snack on me!
I have a beautiful full bathroom in the studio space for clients to use for outfit changes, showers, whatever you need! I also have a little corner of toys, puzzles, books and games for any kiddos that come over to my space.
Many of my spaces have been designed to be used in multiple ways. The couch can turn into a bed. I have curtains suspended from the ceiling by my large window to diffuse light, but also, to be used for a little change-up in portraits.