Studio 106 Opens
by Donna Rhodes
A fallen leaf, a weathered fence post, a sun-dappled path … even a proverbial bump-on-a-log has photo-potential on the Plateau. Why?
Because it exists in Eden.
Maybe that is why so many photographers gravitate to Highlands/Cashiers … and the reason the smart ones stay.
Thanks to the enthusiasm and vision of four of those smart ones, Colleen Kerrigan, Susan Renfro, Janet Cummings, and Marjorie Christiansen, there’s a new focus in town. Highlands is on its way to becoming Western North Carolina’s photographic hub. Announcing Studio 106, a working photography studio with shared photography and office spaces.
If things go as planned, Studio 106 will attract photographers from all over the South. It’ll be a working studio for anyone who loves to snap, from novice to pro. And you don’t have to be a camera-bug to rent. Office space and meeting places for clients are available for almost any business endeavor at a very reasonable rate.
Whether you’re renting a studio space, collaborating with other artists/photographers, photo editing or setting up a small business that needs an office base, consider the warm, friendly, productive environment of Studio 106, where the cool people meet to work and play.
Co-owner Colleen Kerrigan cheers, “I am so excited about this venture. It will be a place of creativity. We see it as a collaboration of like-minded artists, gathering to further their craft.”
So stop by or give Studio 106 a call if you’re ready to make 2019 the year you took your shot at success. And, if you want to learn more about photography ask about upcoming classes for your inner shutterbug.
Inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (828) 787-2121 or visit studio106.photos for more information.