So, before my husband and I got married, we lived in the same subdivision.... on the same street for 4 years but, that's not how we met. Weird, huh? (I'll tell you the details of that story when you come in for your session ;-)) When we got married, we moved into the home I lived in and rented my husband's home. As my photography business expanded and I began to burst out of the seams of my small 9x9 former office/studio, I started to seek out commercial studio space. I was talking to a good friend about my searched and they asked me, "why don't you just use your other house?" What a novel idea! I thought... if I'm going to pay someone's mortgage, it may as well be my own :-)
At that time, we had a tenant in the house so I told myself if the tenant ever moved out, I'd use the space as a studio. Well, either someone called my bluff or the photography gods were on my side because no more than a month after I said that, our tenant informed us that they were relocating. Whoa!
So, I went from less than 100 square feet of space to over 1700... woohooo! :-) One of my clients described it best, "the space of a commercial office but the coziness of a home." It really couldn't get any better than that!!! :-)
Come check it out for yourself! :)
Jenny BennettBeautiful studio and beautiful work! I will be sending my pregnant and new mommy clients to you for sure!
Crystal ElizabethThanks so much Jenny!! I really appreciate it!! 🙂
SandreaHello Crystal! I ran across your business while surfing the internet. I truly love your work! I’ve posted about your business on my blog called popofcolornetwork.com. If you want me to add some of your pictures to the post, please let me know.
Continue to be Awesome!
Crystal ElizabethHi there Sandrea! Thanks so much for stopping by and for such kind words about my work!! I’d love for you to feature a few of my images on your blog. Thanks!! 🙂
LesleyI am six months pregnant and looked at your website. The pictures are absolutely amazing. My question is what type of lighting, editing and camera do you use. Or is it all in the flash…you seem to be able to make all of the colors just come to life in the pictures. Truly an amazing job.
Thank you and Be Blessed,