DEAN STREET STUDIOS
Much is happening in Brooklyn right now. A lot of production has been moving there, where the spaces are bigger and the rates are lower. One location in particular, Dean Street Studios, has built a reputation for being an extremely accommodating space in downtown Brooklyn. And yes, we know that from experience. With a blooming client list, including V Magazine, Teen Vogue, ELLE, Interview, L'Officiel, and many more, including yours truly, Risk Magazine, this studio is becoming a swift favorite.
Dean Street Studios has just reopened after new renovations, comprised of a new cyclorama, more windows, a custom kitchen, higher ceilings, and three times the shooting space because lets face it, bigger is better. This fully functional video and photo studio provides a spacious and comfortable atmosphere with natural daylight from the skylights, a loading dock with freight elevator access, in house equipment rentals, essentials for wardrobe, catering services, a fully equipped production kitchen and a great staff that aims to please. As if production could not be made any easier, we're saying thank you to Dean Street Studios for the hospitality and for being a complete one-stop shop. Needless to say, Dean Street Studios has it all for a smooth day, on and off set.
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