We are extremely excited to announce, after operating our wedding and portrait studio out of The Bridal Loft for over 6 years, that we have moved into a brand new space in NW Portland.
Back in 2010, I was extended a unique opportunity to collaborate with some of the wedding industry’s leading professionals including Andrea with August Veils, Katherine with Event Cosmetics, Emee with EJP Events, Lei with Custom Fit to You, and many others. Being asked to be part of the “Loftie” group was an incredible honor. It played a significant role in the success of my business and catapulted me to where I am today.
As my business grew over the years, I took a huge leap of faith and converted the entire first floor of the Loft to a fully functioning portrait photography studio. It was the perfect setting to not only meet my wedding clients, but to continue serving them in the very same space for maternity, newborn, and family portraits. Little did I know that the portrait side of my business would continue to grow and require more space to accommodate the needs of my clients.
So, just last month, I transitioned my wedding and portrait photography studio to an incredibly hip warehouse location called The New York Building. Amazon Prime Now occupies the first 2 floors of the building. When you come by for a visit, you are sure to pass by any number of drivers who frequently come and go from the building delivering Amazon’s 2-hour service. The flurry of activity is always fascinating to watch and so are the impeccable views overlooking the city from our 4th floor location.
The portrait photography studio is ideal for maternity, newborn, and family portraits and we are conveniently located near some of our favorite locations to photograph outdoors. This means we will be offering hybrid portrait sessions where we are able to capture you and your family at a local park as well as in our studio all during the same session. We cannot wait for you to see our new Portland studio and we look forward to connecting for some updated family portraits soon.