Triptik Studio

January 28, 2015 / Announcements
Photo Jan 21, 1 14 08 PM

Big news! I have a new photo studio! This is exciting because my previous studio was a shared space and never truly felt like my studio. So therefore I never really promoted it, etc. But now I finally have my own true space to call home.

But the bigger news is it’s available to rent to you!
Business meetings, small events, video shoots, photoshoots… it can serve many purposes.

Keep in mind, we’re still working on it and have a lot to do. But at least it’s now a usable, shootable space.

Below is a very rough iPhone video tour by yours truly as well as some basic iPhone snapshots of the room and some of the textures.

If you’re interested in renting, please email alexis @ jeremycowart dot com.

The rates are as follows (For now, prices will increase in the future.)

$200 for 30 minutes-2 hours max

$400 for 4 hours max

$700 for 8 hours max

$150 for every hour over 8 hours

Gear and lighting equipment is NOT included. Those prices are coming soon but for now you can request specific items and we can discuss from there.

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Also, here are some images of the various textures and walls on the outside exteriors of my studio…

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15 comments
KaleyJohnson
KaleyJohnson

Weddings? Please email kaleyallison10@gmail.com

commadelimited
commadelimited

@jeremycowart So you're saying that for the low price of $200 I can have access to all your secret backdrops? Sold! Where's it at?

oreusz
oreusz

That is an amazing amount of texture - looks like a Jeremy Cowart photo playground!

Dustin Kessler
Dustin Kessler

These are phenomenal prices for the package! Well done, Jeremy. I'll have to swing by sometime and check this out when I'm in Nashville next!

Jimmy Daniel
Jimmy Daniel

One day I'll visit , right now down under, you should come over sometime Jeremy :)

Amy Garst Archer
Amy Garst Archer

That makes me feel all warm and tingley inside! What a dream!

Tim Hollins
Tim Hollins

iPad is crashing when I click on the link Jeremy. Might mean there's a lot of traffic right now. Will check back later. Update: Amazing space friend. The windows the brick and the wood wall/floor are awesome. What you did with the main floor area is tremendous. All the best to you.

Christian Bouchez
Christian Bouchez

I love the studio and how everything is fairly accesible and ready to go. But the Exterior is just amazing! All the textures / emtions / colors are just simply amazing. Congrats

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