Hey everybody! I know we’ve been kinda quiet recently on the blog and on Facebook. We’ve been working on a big project and it’s taken up a bunch of our time and energy. Chances are, if we shot your wedding, you’ve been to our studio. We’ve always gotten great feedback on our meeting space, and that’s the space that we use in general for our studio sessions as well. Having one space handle both jobs is very difficult as we have to constantly rearrange the room between meetings and shoots. The meeting space is not quite big enough for most of our photography needs. We’ve gotten by, but it hasn’t been ideal.
Additionally, as I mentioned the other day, my wife and I recently had our third child. So now with our two girls, Maya and Shayla, we’ve got a new addition of Benjamin. He’s absolutely awesome, but when he came, he moved into our 4th bedroom which happened to be the main office of Small Moments Studios. So technically, for the last 8 months I’ve been without an office, working out of various rooms in the house.
So, with the office issue and not enough shooting space, this year we’ve taken on a major expansion of the studio. We’re hiring more staff and we’re opening up our new space. Having three children, for me, it’s important that I work from home to be close to them and to be available for whatever might come up. So our new space is still attached to the house, but that doesn’t mean my new office and studio are any less cool. The new space is going to be a total of 1,000 square feet of pure awesome. Our meeting space is changing a little bit, and then we’ve got an awesome very large studio space with great natural light and high ceilings. We’ve also got a dedicated bathroom and an awesome office/editing room.
This new space is going to be beautiful… I’m creating an awesome environment for which to continue our relationship in. I promise. We’ll be there for your pregnancy photos, your newborn sessions and your family portraits. We’re about at the end of the construction… thanks for bearing with us these past few months. Things have been hectic, but that’s part of the process.
We hope to see you all soon… that means past clients, current clients and future clients.