New Year, More Space, Bigger Vision

New Year, More Space, Bigger Vision

Written by Molly M. Walker

Echoing a cohesive blend of form and function, our new Production Studio is here and ready to to serve creatives and companies alike in Boulder, CO and beyond.

Recently completed with thoughtful attention to design and detail, the space is equipped with practical touches throughout and all the tools and creature comforts to feel confident, fueled, and inspired to do your best work:

  • 15'x14'x12' cove cyclorama wall with lighting grid
  • 4x Bluetooth-controlled, 700W, bi-color LED Space Lights    (iPad included)
  • 3x 20-amp outlets on dedicated circuit breakers
  • 2x chair Hair & Makeup Station
  • 10x seat comfortable Client Lounge 
  • 50" Smart TV, pre-wired for Video Village
  • Ground-Level Load-In through Hanger Door or Loading Dock 
  • Private Restrooms
  • Free Wifi
  • Free, Unlimited, 24/7 Parking
  • Colored backdrops and tabletops included

Located in an easily-accessible area of Boulder, our production studio is housed inside a fully-vaccinated, 9,000 sq. ft. facility – allowing for use of additional, private spaces during your shoot – that has free, unlimited parking, and is right next door to a coffee shop, taco truck, and brewery, making crafty and catering as easy as can be. 

From our full studio rental package, to our à la carte offerings to piece together the exact items you need, to extra support in crewing your shoot, we can take as much or as little of the nitty gritty details off of your plate as you'd like. It’s an “a la cart” production service, if you will and productions are welcome to book the space as a rental location only or add on other services.

We understand first-hand how difficult it can be to find good, reliable locations and are excited for this Studio to serve as a professional, friendly, hassle-free option for folks looking to have a great studio to create in on the Front Range. To schedule a tour or book your next shoot, contact us.


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