Atlantic Studios launches Melbourne studio

Atlantic Studios Overview (1).jpgMelbourne's newest photographic studio and creative space, Atlantic Studios, made waves late last week when they opened their doors to some of Melbourne's most influential creative professionals in the industry.

Invited to immerse themselves in "The Atlantic" and experience its striking interior, a selection of top-notch photographers, ad agencies, stylists and agents came together to explore the space and they were certainly impressed.
Says Nick Weller, freelance creative director: "This new re-furb is top-shelf. It really looks great. Maybe it's the oysters talking, but you'd have to say it's one of the best shooting spaces in Melbourne (right) now."

A sentiment that was shared by Phil Van Bruchem, creative director at BMW Denstu: "What he said."

Created by industry powerhouse, Sarah Ewing, Atlantic Studios is a multi-function photography studio and creative workspace located in Melbourne's inner northern suburb of Northcote.

Says Ewing: "I was so excited to finally unveil this space to the industry and share our vision for a beautiful, welcoming and professional space. I really feel that the studio is going to be a great addition to the industry and to Northcote."

The remarkably beautiful space offers a blank canvas for the Australian and international creative community to produce first class work, in a highly functional space.

Boasting 350 square meters combined with 4.5 metre high ceilings and an architecturally impressive floor to ceiling automatic glass door that allows large vehicle access, Atlantic Studios is built to inspire. 

The studio also includes a state of the art raised cyclorama and an additional daylight flooded warehouse space. Beyond the studio facilites are spaces designed to be multifunctional and adapt to a range of photographer, stylist, talent and production needs throughout shoots.

With the launch complete Atlantic Studios is now officially available to take bookings.

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Photo: Tom Hutton / SEA.

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