October 3, 2014 - 1 minute read

Flutter Studios

My friend David Wentworth opened FLUTTER in 2013 with a vision to bring the kind of high-quality yet small-and-full-of-charm studios you can find in Los Angeles or New York City to Seattle.

So far, Flutter’s primary clients are fashion designers, retail brands, advertising firms, and events. The space handles up to 175 people and the parties I’ve been to there are pretty epic.
Nick Spang Flutter Studios

As a working space, you can rig up huge backdrops and lighting systems, and still have room to place reflectors and other things like fans or props. Besides having my portraits done at Flutter, we partnered to make a video for WalkScore.com acquired by Redfin in 2014.

If you need a studio or event space, check out FLUTTER, it’s in Pioneer Square and more reasonably priced than Seattle’s big studios. Perhaps most importantly, FLUTTER is part of the movement helping Seattle modernize and develop its artistic potential.

You can check out their website here: flutterseattle.com