This is a beautiful studio with wide open space. The studio is conveniently located on 36th street between 7th and 8th Avenue, minutes away from Penn Station. The perfect space for art exhibitions, yoga classes, small gathering, film set, photo studio. Please keep in mind the studio is for 20 people, we discuss on possible extensions.
GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY: Please remember that you are a visitor to our studio. Please be courteous about using the space and observe the following guidelines: The party renting the studio is responsible for observing these guidelines. Failure to observe these guidelines will be grounds for loss of the deposit and/or future access to the studio. 1. All trash must be bagged up and left in hallway, right outside the studio door, after your shoot is completed. That includes weekends and nights 2. The noise level and the general ambiance at the studio should be of a professional photography studio, not a “party atmosphere” 3. Lateness: A 15 minute grace period will be given to clients who are late, as long as you contact the studio in a timely matter. 4. Property of the studio, INCLUDING all equipment located in the back of studio, is off limits, unless PREVIOUS arrangements have been made. 5. These Guidelines may be modified at any time and for whatever reason we deem necessary.
We filmed a short sequence at Ejaz's studio in Midtown for a BBC series. Ejaz was helpful and flexible with our requirements and we had a great experience working in his space. We even ended up borrowing some of his equipment, which was really above and beyond the call of duty. Thank you so much Ejaz! Alison
Well, what an extraordinary experience that was. Our host behaved as though he was doing us an enormous favour and gave us a list of do's and don'ts. He spoke incessantly about the time we had to be out of the premises before we had even got in despite the fact that we had booked and paid for the time. Then a man who shared his studio interrupted our interview twice during filming by coming in and out the front door and opening the refrigerator and generally carrying on as though we weren't there! He then got obstreperous and aggressive when I asked him to respect our need for quiet. They sounded off in front of my interviewee which was acutely embarrassing and inappropriate. A total disaster. If you want money for your space, you have to yield the space and honour the people using it!