I wanted to start this post with a thank you for all your support over the past 12 months, I couldn’t have evolved this much as a business without your help.
Office closed – Coronavirus
With the current situation with the Coronavirus I have decided that we will close and we are not taking any bookings at the moment and we are studying on a few new projects we have in the pipeline.
Studio – A dream come true
So other that past few weeks we have been working on a project to open my own studio and I’m happy to say the work is coming along nicely, it hasn’t been easy with the current situations but we have tried to make a positive out of the out of the current situation.
The aim of this is so that we have a purpose built studio where we can operate and trade from along with all the shoots for portraits and projects. This is so we have consistency and we can offer more packages from one place and have all our lighting and studio equipment ready and setup to shoot.
I will update you all with progress and images as the project moves along, and we will also be offer special offers for shoots so please watch out for special offers.
Refresh of Portfolio
Over the next few months, with the aid of the new studio we will be looking for people that would like to get involved with some special shoots to help me refresh my portfolio. More information will be posted on our social media sites about this opportunity as we get the studio and the current situations with Coronavirus are sorted and pass.
We will be updating our website with all the new news of the studio and the changes this will have with portrait shoots and we will be refreshing the content on the site as this is now a great time to get into this work whilst we are in the office for sometime.
Final wrap up
I would like to wrap this post up by saying please keep safe over the next few months and try to support family, friends, neighbours with letters, emails, video calls in this time of need. Try to connect with people to build spirits and lets see out this current situation in the best possible way and we will see you all again soon.
We will be writing more posts so please keep following ‘The JellyBean Blog’ and please keep safe and look after each other.
Scott Taylor | JellyBean Photography| Cheltenham Photographer