Boutique photo and video shoots, launch parties and event space.
About Ludlow Studios
Ludlow Studios is the Lower East Side boutique photo studio, video studio, event space and culture house. When you book Ludlow Studios, you get 2,300 square feet of private, ground floor space. See what clients are doing at Ludlow Studios.
Your Private Studios
2,300 square-foot space with 500 feet of makeup, wardrobe and prep space. Our 11x17x21′ 90-degree full-cove cyc is perfect for shoots and our 250-person capacity and three bathrooms are perfect for events. Check out full specs below.
Photo + Video Shoots
Elle, Lucky Mag, New Balance, Vogue, Condé Nast, Maxim, All Day Everyday, Lemonade, East + Pleasant, Land-See, Chromista, Jungles in Paris all choose Ludlow Studios.
Events + Launch Parties
Nike, Glossier, Associated Mag, Bo Concept, Smart Car, HUF, The Know Mag, Orchard Street Running Club, MIT Sloan, Reif Larsen, Nineteenth Amendment all choose Ludlow.
Press Previews + Art Shows
Razorfish, Brachfeld Gallery, True Religion, Gravure, Paul + Williams, Waltzing Matilda, Steve Madden, Sala Menendez and Wiissa all choose Ludlow.
- 40 Ludlow St. between Hester and Grand
- F, J, M, Z, B, D subway within blocks
- Ground floor
- Rollaway window big enough for a car
- Roll gate and blackout curtains
- Street parking
- Soundproofed space and quiet street
- 2,300 sq-ft photo, video, event space
- 500 sq-ft back of house/wardrobe/makeup
- 11x17x21’ 90-degree full-cove cyclorama
- 250-person capacity standing; 150 sitting
- 12’ ceilings
- 3 bathrooms
- 3 handmade 8’ Carolina ash tables, 1 DJ table
- In-house EQ and photo equipment
- 300 MB/S WiFi with Apple TV
- 11-speaker QSC wireless audio system
- QSC MX700 amp with 350 watts per channel
- Mackie 402VLZ4 4-channel mixer
- 14 ceiling outlets for customized lighting
- 2600-lumen Epson Home Cinema projector
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