Westside Studio: Profile (excerpt)
By Tiffany Meyers, May/June 2008
A unique business model allows 13 of Canada’s top photographers to work side-by-side and thrive.
During the early 1980s, Sandi Wall had a job with a Canadian photography studio, where she handled everything from wardrobes to props, casting to billing. So, too, did she find herself frequently clearing cigarette butts and banana peels off her desk in the morning.
An astute businessperson with an organized mind, Wall wasn’t exactly enthralled with all the creative disarray. But as the kind of work environment on which entrepreneurial dreams are built, it did sow the seeds for the future.
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