A four-time Emmy nominee and 2008 winner for his children's show The Adventures of Young Thomas Edison, Randy Rossilli, Jr. knows how many components go into making a quality TV show or film. The three studios at his 11,000-square-foot Nightstand Studios come outfitted with all the necessary tools for a stress-free shoot, including private makeup stations, control rooms, and, at Studio C, a green screen. Randy's facility also caters to musicians with a recording studio equipped with ProTools, two isolation booths, and a wide range of quality microphones.
It was a present from her father, the vintage photography camera Susan Gleason received as a child. But this particular camera offered more than just a fleeting moment of joy. It sparked a life-long passion that has since manifested into a professional photography career, which includes establishing SuzSnaps. And it is through SuzSnaps that Susan captures intimate images on location using natural light and always making sure her subjects' poses are never staged.
Framed by Kosal's archivists comb a vast inventory of conservation materials to retrieve mats and mouldings that best showcase each client's valuables. By giving special attention to each custom framing order, the archivists carry on a tradition that began when the shop first began preserving artwork, keepsakes, and entire refrigerator doors. From in-store to at-home consultations, staff members guide customers toward the framing materials that optimize beauty and longevity. In addition to framing, Framed by Kosal's specialists offer photo restoration and large-format photo printing, and stock the store with a wide selection of art.
During shoots at Portrait Simple—a studio specialized in child, infant, maternity, and family portraits—skilled photographers snap an unlimited number of poses in front of a choice of backgrounds and provide the convenience of instant printing. Sessions can take any size group, accommodating families and close-knit juries. Models don simple duds without heavy patterns or logos and can tote props such as sports equipment or special blankies. After striking jubilant, winsome, or wrathful poses, guests sit down with the photographer to select images to turn into prints.