emilie inc is growing- literally!
Starting in June, I will have a beautiful, HUGE studio space to meet with my clients, host workshops, design albums AND I'll have a space for portraits!
The 1600sf space is at the Dana Warp Mill, a renovated mill from the 1800s. It's a wide open airy space with wood floors, tall windows and ceiling, and painted brick walls. The building is filled with like-minded creative professionals including other photographers, painters, graphic designers, dance and fitness studios, etc.
I have kept pretty mum on this topic until all the details were worked out (including flooding issues from last week's storm... scroll down to an earlier post to see my panic!). Luckily, everything is fine and the building is a-ok (I am on the 3rd floor, far away from the Presumpscot River!).
Below are some photos of the mill (none of which I took... I will post images from my studio once I am all moved in)! Be sure to make an appointment to come visit! Yay!
An artist's rendering of the proposed renovations to the grounds of the mill.
As seen from the Presumpscot River (borrowed from a newspaper article on the river).
Historic postcard of the mill from the 1800's.
Historic photo of the mill from the 1800's.
And another historic photo, an aerial view of the mill.
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