Building a Studio

So you want to build a studio? First and foremost, congratulations! You are about to create one of my favorite spaces.  A studio is a nice, quiet, calm space to help you reach new creative levels you might have never even dreamed of. Get ready for some exciting doors to open! You might be wondering where to start, and that’s what I am here for. In this article, I am going to walk you through a few easy steps to help you build your own studio.


This is the first thing you need to figure out. Make sure you have enough space to even have a studio. Otherwise you’ll start off with your new, creative studio with headaches and likely some creative struggle due to your limited space. Where is your studio going to be? Is it a high traffic area (foot or vehicle)? Is it in the middle of a noisy office? Do you even have the space to build the studio you want? For example: Will you need to order a more expensive lighting kit due to your space limitations?

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