Harry Tonemah has opened a new small business in Wichita Falls and is hoping it will capture on.
Tonemah, who has labored in the region for 30-moreover decades as a photographer, opened Sunshine Catcher Studio in the College Village searching heart two months back.
In addition to featuring his company as a photographer, he is building the studio, and its props, backgrounds and lights, out there to other photographers, no matter if beginner, pro or in between.
Soon after about two many years of organizing, Tonemah commenced going forward with realizing his aspiration of functioning for himself.
“I went as a result of the Tiny Business Improvement Center listed here at Midwestern Point out. They were being just unbelievable in supporting me determine items out, conversing to me about what I would want, how I would go about issues and get things completed in get to get the doorways open,” said Tonemah.
The studio is a adaptable space with a good deal of pure light.
“The idea is that you can lease the studio alone and every little thing inside it, for just one very low price. You can use anything at all, props, backdrops, purely natural mild, flash lights, continual mild, something that’s in the studio to make your photos,” Tonemah said.
There is also has a home outfitted as a podcast studio which is out there for lease with skilled microphone and acoustic panels for good audio recording.
In addition, Sunshine Catcher Studio is also offering beginner photography workshops for young ones and Sarah Tonemah will instruct sewing workshops for youngsters. She holds a bachelor of arts diploma in fashion style and performs for Texas Christian College as a costume designer and has been instructing sewing for nine decades.
For far more facts about the studio, call (940) 642-1935 or go to suncatcher-studio.com