The Loft at LRP

by | Feb 4, 2017 | Uncategorized

As of March 6, 2017 LRP Boudoir is officially re-locating all shoots to our AMAZING new studio in Downtown Troy.

We have decided to name this glorious space The Loft at LRP because the new studio is an incredible 2 story, exposed brick, open loft right on River Street in the heart of Downtown Troy.

Along with relocating all of our boudoir sessions to this space come March, I have also decided to bring in some other bad-ass boss babes to join me on this adventure!  Erin (known to most as our Goddess of Glam) will be hosting bridal party glam mornings, bridal trials, and event makeup on days we are not shooting.  We also are sharing our space with Chef Jill, a culinary queen! I met Jill a few years ago when I hired her to cater the official launch of the Boudoir Exclusive segment of Lindsay Rae Photography. Jill makes the most delectable dishes and will be using the huge kitchen to teach private cooking classes (first one is on Valentine’s Day! I will be there for that one and cannot wait, the menu looks amazeballs!)  She will also be offering healthy meal prep and catering as well as adding to our luxury experience for brides by offering catered brunches while you get ready for your big day!

Can you picture it now?  Erin downstairs glamming the bride first, who will then come up to me for morning of bridal boudoir, while downstairs Jill caters a champagne brunch while the brides maids take their turn in the “chair of glamour”  THIS is our dream.  This dream is now a reality.  If you are a bride interested in this option, you will definitely want to email me asap so I can connect you directly to the rest of the crew so we can get your morning locked in!  (Cough cough, Franklin Plaza brides, this is walking distance from your venue!)

With the announcement now officially made let me tell you a little bit about this session!

Erin and I decided it was time to break out the camera in the new space! About 75% of the way finished, with paint still drying in some areas, we decided to see what we could create, without giving away too much of the glamorous decor we have before our official opening in March.  The creamy exposed brick that covers the loft is almost enough in itself, but add to that the big windows, the vintage pully and the wrought iron stairs and railings and you have the makings of a dream portrait space.  But don’t just take my word for it, check out our first session at The Loft at LRP below!

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