Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Ray Brown Represents

One of the things I miss most about Los Angeles is my old, gorgeous DTLA loft. The high ceiling, factory windows, concrete floor, and abundance of natural light made up my happy place. I loved shooting right at home every week; it was so convenient.

Now I live in New York, where square footage is scant, you're lucky if you have a closet in your room (I had to get a two bedroom for myself just to have somewhere to put my clothes), some rooms don't even have windows (one of my bedrooms does not), and the word "cozy" being used as a descriptor for an apartment positively screams claustrophobia. My two bedroom, two bathroom, two floor apartment is smaller than my old loft!
Leave it to Ray Brown Represents to help a sister out. Ray Brown Represents is a one-stop shop: They rep top-tier creatives in photography, hair, makeup, set design, direction, etc. and do everything from Vogue covers to food styling. Their artists work globally with some of the most influential people in the fashion & advertising industries.  With over 60+ artists, they've collectively graced the pages of some of the worlds leading editorials, such as Harper's Bazaar US, Various Vogues, Numero, Vanity Fair. 

In addition to editorial, they're producing campaigns with advertising agencies from NY to Tokyo, ranging from Publicis, McCann Erickson, Ogilvy & Mather to McGarry Bowen. Running the machine is a small army of employees nested in the historic Starrett Lehigh building with breathtaking views of the Hudson River, downtown Manhattan, and the Statue of Liberty. And this office space is what I love most of all. Not only does Ray Brown Represents offer all of the above, they have amazing photo studios encompassing copious amounts of white-walled, naturally lit goodness.

Not to mention they're incredibly cool, too. The team is excellent and professional and makes every project a breeze. Consider booking Ray Brown Represents talent and their exquisite studio spaces for your next endeavor.

And to bloggers and influencers: Feel free to contact Ray Brown Represents at danny@raybrownpro.com for a for-trade usage of their space, in exchange for shout outs! I did a whole blog post because I was so stoked to share this opportunity with you. It is such a valuable commodity in a city where space is spare. This has been a PSA!
Give Ray Brown Represents a follow over at @raybrownpro xoxo

Lazy Oaf top / The Kooples vest / Pretty Little Things boots



  1. always great photos and spreads-Paul

  2. Wow what a nice space! If I'm ever over there I will have to hit them up!

  3. No way! I know just where that building is, nice to see the space being used so well.

  4. Damn that is a really nice space!! Also I love your coat

  5. This place looks so gorgeous! I want a loft so badly!

  6. Absolutely great that you've stubbled upon a gem like this, definitely comes in handy in NYC.
    I'll keep this in mind for future reference, Thank you!

  7. Looks like an awesome studio! Great shoot~`

    Vivian | LIVE . IN . LOVE


  8. Wow that is so awesome- love their space too!!

  9. As a fellow blogger this is amazing! Love this opportunity - thanks for sharing with us! Btw I just moved to a loft in DTLA! I will feel less weird about creating a little space for photo shoots now lol

  10. I'm loving what you're wearing and oh my gosh no windows in one of the bedrooms?! I could not cope, can see why you opted for a two bed

    The Quirky Queer

  11. That's the perfect location for a shoot!

  12. Wonderful photos! I'm glad you found this company. Lol I struggle with fitting all my clothes in a small space, too. Mys sis tells me to get rid of most of it, but I tell her I have to get a space that will accommodate my things. I'm glad you found a solution to your dilemma.

  13. I'm head over heels about this look! And thanks for the heads up, definitely gonna look into this company!


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