Getting Back to the Original Plan...
A Home Based Studio
In 2007 we bought our home with plans on creating a studio space there. At the same time, our building at 300 W. Main Street became available, and was too hard to resist. We fell in love with the building and the downtown area. 8 years later, we're still here. Our business has been extremely successful, and we have loved this location, but it's time to get back to our original plan, which is to design our own studio space. Anyone who has watched the transformation of our current building will have seen it turn from an empty brick room to what it is today, so you'll know that this will be no standard home studio. We know exactly what we want, and what we need. The new space have the same amount of shooting space we currently have. We will have eight times the outdoor shooting space, and the river within walking distance. Studio spaces will be clearly defined and separated from Home areas. Best of all, we'll get to make all of the design choices and spend more time with our family.
We want to assure everyone that the only thing changing about A&R Portraits is our address. Our business will maintain the same phone number, email address, website etc. All client files and digital images will be maintained. Clients already scheduled for 2016 will see no change in services, with the exception of the address. We hope to be in our new studio space by January 1st, 2016 unless construction is finished much quicker than expected.
"A&R" Portraits is "Amy and Robert", no matter where the actual studio space is.