What drew you to the warehouses you selected?
8029. The Navy Yard is one of the first locations I scouted in NYC. It has a very rich history, and I love every part of it. This warehouse offers so much space and light, it’s the closest a warehouse can get to a soundstage, and it’s perfect for large set builds.
8017. This one is in Red Hook, where I live. I love this place because it’s not just a plain warehouse. It has some real character, and it can be turned into so many different things. Whether you want a raw space, a dance studio, an artist loft or just different textures, this space is very versatile and has gorgeous daylight.
7013. Like many other warehouses, you can tell this place won’t be around forever, and I guess that’s the beauty about them. This is what I’d call a “typical” New York warehouse, and the architecture works great for video shoots.
7115. This is another warehouse with lots of different options and really great surroundings. Not all warehouses have an abundance of overgrown industrial areas around them, and this one definitely does. New Jersey is definitely underestimated when it comes to locations.