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We are looking for artists, creatives, photographers, and businesses that might be interested in using/sharing our photography studios and our office space.

If you are an entrepreneur starting a business and need a place to brainstorm ideas, working office space or affordable meeting room? Or maybe you are creative looking for a place to run your workshops? An artist in need of a quiet place to work?

We have very flexible terms and you can hire studios for one day, a week, a month or more, and share the costs with us.

Studio 135

This is a 400sqft office/training studio available on all weekdays, and some weekends.

It is a beautiful bright daylight studio with four windows and two skylights.

Space is ideal for presentations, events, workshops and training sessions. Or as an office for a small team.

We have a small bar area with tea/coffee, water, fruits etc…

4 desks, computers, own fast internet, 4 Apple screen, TV, 8 chairs. We can set up more desks or big table in the middle if required.

Studio 131

This is a 360sqft photographic/training studio available on most weekdays, and some weekends.

It is a quite bright studio with three large windows at the back.

Space is great for workshops and training sessions, but ideally as a shooting studio for photographers – product shoots, fashion, portraits, family shots etc…

We have Bowens, Elinchrom and Interfit lights – flash and continuous, variety of stands, reflectors, modifiers, gels, backgrounds – paper and painted canvas, etc…

We can set up everything to individual needs.

Please contact us for more details.

Telephone: 020 8947 8118 or email [email protected]

Address: Wimbledon Art Studios, 10 Riverside Road, London SW17 0BB

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Good transport links – from London Waterloo and Victoria – only 12 mins on a train.

Tube: Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park and Tooting Broadway

Trains: Earlsfield and Wimbledon

Buses: 44, 77 and 270

Car: plenty of free parking space.

Roland Pokrywka

My transition from web design to photography started about 15 years ago, after my first trip to Central America. Disappointed with pictures in auto, I decided to take matters into my own hands and learn how to use the camera to its full potential in manual mode and improve my photography. Website: