Studio Envy: Keri Kay Photography



Keri Kay Photography

Site : Facebook

Location: Spring Hill, TN


Yay!  Another “STUDIO ENVY” post … I love seeing studios and this is a beautiful one!

Keri describes her studio as … “It’s the
upstairs of a house-turned-business-building that is over 100 years old.
It has lots of history behind it, as well as shabby chic charm, which I
love.”



Keri’s tagline … “When moments cannot be put into words,
let the photography do the talking.”



“Spacious, yet cozy, the total size of my space is 720 square feet.”



Waiting Room/Consultation Room – Also used for Natural Light Shooting



When asked what made her decide to choose a studio over a home studio Keri replied “I cannot imagine cramming all of my *photo crap* into my house and lugging it to different locations!  It would be impossible! Two, Main Street is the major “artery” of this town, so my sign by the road brings in lots of new business.”



“Also, I’ve been told by
several of my clients that having a studio gives off a good “business vibe” and lets them know that I take this job seriously. Cool. Also, I like that I don’t have to depend on the weather. If I did, I would be a
constant ball of nerves.”



The sign under the fireplace reads “Enjoy this moment, for this moment is
your life.”



“This is the changing station for little ones.  I have diapers in many
sizes, wipes, baby powder, diaper covers, onesies, lint roller,
hairbrushes, hairspray, hairbows, etc.”



Keri was SO awesome and shared her prop stash with us too!  I LOVE how she is displaying her crocheted props on a clothes line.  Who else is totally studying the image to see what they need to add to their collection?!?



Some of Keri’s favorite images shot in the studio:



Thank YOU Keri for sharing your studio space with us all!  I just adore your waiting/consultation room.

If anyone would like to have their studio featured please email 1-2 images to tabitha@confessionsofapropjunkie.com with “Studio Envy” in the title.

Fondly,

Tabitha



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kristen - June 18, 2011 - 11:45 am

wow! what a darling studio space and gorgeous images. <3

Mandi Wiebe - June 18, 2011 - 12:15 pm

Beautiful!! I really really love the way you have your crochet items, hats, etc on display, so that the clients can also see what strikes their fancy@

Belinda Renee - June 18, 2011 - 1:14 pm

An amazing studio, and I can bet your customers feel very relaxed when they wnter these cosy environment.. The pictures are great as well, really nice pictures hanging on the wall c”,) ( I could not help noticing the metall sign by the diaper station, I am Norwegian and in Norwegian that means, directly translated; Photocrazy og crazy about photography.. Envy envy ;-)

Megan Bryant - June 18, 2011 - 3:26 pm

LOVE!!! Oh my goodness!!!

Keri Kay Photography - June 18, 2011 - 5:12 pm

Thank you! Belinda, I LOVE that! I never knew that. It’s actually my license plate. I orginally was going to have it say FOTOGRL, but that one was already taken, so I went with FOTOGAL. It’s been my license plate since college. TN has since changed their plate design, so I keep the old one in my studio. I AM photocrazy!

Angela McLaughlin - June 19, 2011 - 7:21 am

Beautiful Keri! Are those styrene prints hanging on your walls? How did you hang them on the wall?

Beth - June 19, 2011 - 7:36 am

I can see why you have studio envy! Its beautiful! I love her work too :)

Niina - June 20, 2011 - 3:14 am

Amazing studio! And all those beautiful props, the chairs, the baskets, the blankets, the birdcage – photographer or not I think anyone would love them in their house!

Tanya - June 24, 2011 - 8:17 am

Hope I win :)

Mavrick - September 14, 2011 - 9:53 am

Well done atrlcie that. I’ll make sure to use it wisely.

Sharla Mae Photography - February 26, 2012 - 11:14 pm

Luv, luv, luv this studio!! I love the way it was organized – very clever!

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