One thing I've learned over the years is the creative process takes time, energy, and a killer environment goes a long way in continuing to ship out top notch work back to back. I knew we would be spending many hours, nights, and weekends building the type of work we're capable of, and the client base we love to work with. Designing, and building out a new studio, presented us with the opportunity to do so intentionally, and craft a space to our specs, and something we can truly be proud of. The space will continue to evolve as we refine the workflow, but I hope you enjoy this peek inside the Adventure Studio and are inspired to design your own personal workspace!
I've always enjoyed jumping into a fresh blank canvas, regardless of the medium; and my creative mind never fails to see opportunity when a canvas presents itself. When I walked into our studio for the first time, I couldn't help but ogle over the seasoned wood plank ceilings, natural light, and open floor plan. Aside from that the space lacked, shall we say...aesthetic (and a bathroom, lights that work, a single non-greasy surface, a leak-free roof, walls that light didn't pass through, or an air conditioner; apparently we like a challenge. See where we started here.)