Brea’s favorite thing
Brea here… I’m here today to share my personal favorite part of The Trestle Loft, a rental photography studio in Everett, WA, – and it may not be what you are expecting! Sure, there’s the chandeliers (4, soon to be 5 of them!), or the sexy gold faucet, or the abundance of natural light because OMG WINDOWS, or even the white exposed brick or the distressed, original beams, or… I mean, I can go on and on (obv) since…
The Trestle Loft offers a LOT
If you have visited my space any time within the last seven years I’ve been in residence, you need to pop us an email for a meet and greet because, friend, UPGRADES. Not just one or two either; we are talking top (of the terrifyingly high ceilings) to bottom, a drawer to cabinet to closet, complete overhaul and every single detail was pondered in detail to ensure functionality and inspiring aesthetic. So, yes. There is a lot at the loft to covet.
However, there is one aspect of this Everett photography studio that has been in effect since I moved in back in 2012. It has changed a little over time but has always been my 100% favorite thing in the photography studio and if I have ever photographed you as a client, I can guarantee I’ve used it with you.
Are you ready for the grand reveal?
You may chuckle at the simplicity of it considering everything else available at The Trestle Loft!
The South East Corner
This is my, hands down, favorite part of the loft. The white wall coupled with the light has, quite literally, MADE my business what it is. This corner has created my brand, my aesthetic, and the look my clients come to me for. I use this corner for my Pure Love Mother’s Day mini sessions, head shots, newborn family images, and pretty much anything that walks through the studio door.
When Agostina and I were brainstorming and designing for The Trestle Loft space, this was my one ‘must stay’ item. Everything else could be changed (good-bye blue stripes I painstakingly taped out and painted all by myself almost a decade ago!) or updated, but this was my THANG.
As such, we will always, always have a white wall in this natural light photography studio for your use. Sure, other options are available too (a huge moody, moveable wall is currently on the to-do list), but this one thing will always be a constant here. Come check it out!
Here are some of my favorite images created in this little corner of heaven: