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Daylight Creative is an adaptive, light-filled space for your next creative project! Our modular content creation studio is filled with gorgeous furnishings and hand-painted backdrops - crafted for total flexibility on your next shoot or event. We have 12x20 ft southeastern facing windows on a corner unit, so light is never an issue. We also have sheers and blackout blinds should you need to block or modify the light. Additionally, we have lots of fun props and furnishings for you to shoot with.
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Kat V. booked a photo shoot for 5 people
The space was beautiful and perfect for our shoot. Becca was awesome to book with as well. She was kind, responsive, and there to help with setting up a backdrop before we arrived. Lots on supplies and props were an added bonus. Would definitely book again!
Vanessa M. booked a photo shoot for 3 people
Host called beforehand to give me directions on where to park and how to access the space. Simple and easy. Space was gorgeous, exactly what I expected!
Nick A. booked a photoshoot for 15 people
loved the space. very spacious, and quite a bit of back drop options as well as chairs. Becca, was very accommodating when we had questions and I would definitely recommend.
Maritza M. booked a photoshoot for 1 people
Rebecca was 100% responsive. There was a little hiccup with getting access to the elevator but she was assisting me the whole way through. Place is clean and absolutely beautiful. This was my first experience reserving through Peerspace and I love it!
Graham M. booked a video interview for 6 people
Becca was a fantastic host, and the space she has created is incredible with great natural light throughout the day. The furnishings were a huge part of what attracted us to the space as well, and they look just as good in person as they do in the photos. We were shooting a video interview in the space, and the only reason I would rate it under 5 stars is that it is not a fully soundproof space, but I was aware of that beforehand so we were prepared for it. I would suggest bringing extra furni pads to help seal out the main door as it is a large slider with a significant gap. We also used the v flats to help mitigate noise from the hallway. Past that, the neighboring units (it is a corner, so only one party wall and the floor above) to worry about. The neighboring unit I believe were not there, and only a few retakes from dropped items/shuffling about on the floor above. Would certainly shoot here again if our travels take us back to Portland!