Following a £200k investment, Eat & Breathe have opened its doors to a second specialist photography studio which features The Hub in Leeds City Centre. The 4000 sq. ft studio combines a naturally well-lit, open plan photography studio, with state-of-the-art equipment. The studio sits alongside a unique space known as ‘The Hub’ for clients to step away from their regular ‘work’ environment to create a space to think, plan and innovate.
Operating from Manchester City Centre for 15 years, Eat & Breathe work with a number of well-established retail, hospitality and consumer brands. Greencore Group were the first guests to use The Hub.
The Hub is a fully customisable, purpose-built space, equipped for market leading food and beverage companies and innovate start-ups, to develop new products, present and film. It includes professional kitchen facilities, meeting space, technology to present ranges or facilitate menu/recipe development. Services also extend to packaging prototyping and retail visualisation. The Hub is available to hire on a day to day basis, complete with catering packages prepared by their food stylist.
Darren Hickson, Director of Photography at Eat & Breathe added, “We’ve had an on-going relationship with Greencore Group for the last 5 years or so and I was delighted to hear that they wanted to be the first guests to use our Hub facility. They had a successful visit resulting in booking further dates with us. I’m looking forward to welcoming our next guests!”
The Eat & Breathe, Leeds and Manchester studios are available for bookings. The Hub is available for bookings separately to the photography studio on a day to day basis. To enquire and for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.eat-and-breathe.co.uk.
"Weve had an on-going relationship with Greencore Group for the last 5 years or so and I was delighted to hear that they wanted to be the first guests to use our Hub facility."
Darren Hickson, Director of Photography
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