Welcome to our new Manchester photography studio

We’re excited to announce that we’re welcoming clients back into the studio as lockdown measures ease, but not where we once knew. We’ve waved goodbye to our studio on Naval Street and making a fresh start in Swan Buildings.

Here’s all you need to know about the big move to our new photography studio in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

New address:
The Basement
Swan Buildings
20 Swan Street
M4 5JW

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Complementing the Leeds studio, working across retail, hospitality and leisure sectors, the new facility features extensive food preparation facilities, a flexible workspace, copious amounts of props and its own coffee shop ‘Sadler and Swain’. Specialising in food and drink, our award-winning photographers and food stylists have worked with a wide range of well-known brands over the last 16 years.

In 2018 we took on the derelict space and began renovations. It’s taken a little longer than planned, but fast forward 2 years and the team have opened new photography and video production facilities in both Leeds and Manchester. A global pandemic was clearly not in the plan, but it’s provided a window to move into the new studio and put the finishing touches to our new space.

We’re looking forward to welcoming clients to Swan Buildings, whether that’s working with us remotely or at a safe distance in the studio.

Head over to our social channels to discover new content of our Manchester studio released daily over the next week. @eatandbreatheuk @eat-breathe

Fancy a tour of the new studio? Get in touch and see for yourself! [email protected].

There are many ways to create engaging food and drink videography, and luckily, we have the facilities to help you do so. Contact the team and we’ll have a chat to see what works best for your brand, products, and strategy.

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