St. George's Sunroom Studios
A stunning creative space located in central St. George.
Sarah Evans, March 10, 2023 // Brantford, OntarioJames and Emma Bolton of Sunroom Studios. Submitted photo.
Nestled in the small village of St. George, hides a hidden gem for photographers and creatives alike. Welcome to Sunroom Studios, Ground 2 Air Media's sister company located at the very top of the Snowball Mill on Main Street. The space boasts 1400 square feet of functional studio space, with plenty of natural light and carefully curated vignettes perfect for any creative video or photoshoots.
When Ground 2 Air founder/owner James Bolton was looking for a space for his burgeoning business, a studio for other creatives to collaborate in was no exception. But the real brainchild behind The Sunroom is his sister, Emma Bolton (also G2A's Advertising Director) as well as Julia Sporcic (G2A's Social Media Coordinator). Together, they curated the space to give it that modern yet cozy feel but also make it customizable! Everything (within reason of course) can be moved around to suit your needs and vision.
Some of the gorgeous visuals located within Sunroom Studios. Submitted photos.
So far, the space has already hosted several small events from weddings, networking gatherings to podcasts as well as photo and video shoots. If you're a creative professional looking for the next backdrop for your headshot/ fashion/family shoot, you need to check out Sunroom Studios!
The small business community is booming in Brantford, with many new entrepreneurs and seasoned brick-and-mortars laying the foundation of opportunity for future generations. Supporting these businesses will not only help their families, but Brantford's economical development as a whole. If you are a small business owner in Brantford, we encourage you to join the Brantford-Brant Chamber of Commerce to access networking events, business support and enhance your experience within the business community.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born on a frigid winter's night, Sarah Evans knew early on that the only way to warm her soul was through art. During her time studying Film and Video Production at York U, Sarah discovered her love for photography and has been shooting ever since. Other things Sarah has done is worked on film and television sets, painted a terrible mural in high school, opened a floral business and bitten into a paintball (it wasn't a chocolate covered blueberry!).
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