This week we look at past photographers, filmmakers & theatre companies that have booked our Brighton studios for their creative endeavours.
Our studio is your backdrop. Browse through our unique backgrounds available in the Hayloft up close in our photographer’s lookbook.
Simon took time to speak to us about a long-form article he was working on around the subject of body positivity.
In light of the recent developments with the Coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the decision that it is best we closed from Fri 20th March until future notice.
Copperdollar Studios caught up with local photographer Jo Thorne, who chose the studios as the location for some of her shoots recently. Inspired by light and connection, Jo specialises in wedding and brand photography that aims to tell a story. Could you please tell me a little bit about yourself and the company? My name…
James Bellorini used The Hayloft for a photographic project for his MA portfolio with model and performer, Naomi Wood. James discusses his first encounter with a camera and what inspires his subject in his portrait and commercial photography work.
Actor and theatre practitioner, Sam Cartwright, has been exploring his newfound art form as a photographer. Sam ventured into photography as a way of keeping costs down when needing promotional photographs for his theatre productions.
Let’s got behind the scenes at Copperdollar Studios this week and learn about Liemba, a indie band about the release an EP this summer.
Copperdollar Studios welcomed Gemma Mount to The Hayloft for a kids’ fashion shoot for The Pigeon and the Wolf. Gemma has been a photographer for 20 years, beginning her career with big brands such as Eurostar, Evian, and 3 Mobile.
Photographer and collaborator of Copperdollar theatre company, Stephanie Maciuk, returns time and time again to use Copperdollar Studios as her creative space.