French antiques mixed with modern furniture make the 2000 sq. ft. Victorian studio both a great shoot location and a unique experience.
A full kitchen with Moroccan tile flooring is equipped with professional grade DCS range, convection oven, butcher block counter tops, prep area with baking shelves, pantry storage, two refrigerators, chest freezer, outdoor grill, all pans, cutlery and electrical appliances necessary for all types of food shoots. 220v power available.
Storage racks available for merchandise and props. The studio has a collection of surfaces and props.
Two client areas, digital retouching room, garden, sun deck and two parking spaces available.
A distinct location in one of San Francisco’s more active neighborhoods offers access to Golden Gate Park, two landmark museums, botanical garden, Japanese tea garden, shops, restaurants and transportation. The studio is a few minutes drive to the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco’s famous beaches.
The studio has relationships with highly talented food and prop stylists as well as in-house digital tech and producer.
More about the studio on Leigh's blog:
"The Studio" Gets a Makeover and Gets Noticed By Blogger SF Girl By The Bay
Studio from a Client's Perspective
Just like in her work, at Leigh’s studio it’s the details that make the difference. The little things: The quarry of cordial glasses resting on the hearth. The herb garden just outside the kitchen. Bella, the bloated little pug that sits around all day licking her chops. A sushi lunch on the picnic table in the backyard. These are not typically things we see in studios. These are all the makings of a home. And that’s how I felt when I shot with Leigh. At home. It was the icing on the cake of beautifully strategic (or strategically beautiful – depending on your stance) work.