Multiple studio spaces to fit all your photography needs - all under one, historic, roof.
20th Street Studios is located within a 100 year old firehouse once known as Engine House No. 32. What was originally built to house a horse-drawn firetruck and bunks for round-the-clock firemen has now become St. Louis' go-to photographer studio destination.
The moment Emily laid eyes on the listing for this building, her dream began to form. Her vision for a beautiful studio for photographers of all types has come to life in this 2-story building boasting a ground floor all white studio space, a beautiful natural light lifestyle studio, and a bedroom studio. It is the ultimate gathering space for photographers to bring their own visions to life.
20th Street Studios is also the home of Club Forward Together, an exclusive photography club for STL photographers to learn and grow their craft together.
Taylor Mobley is a multi-passionate entrepreneur specializing in systems, business management and marketing. She owns and operates Taylor Mobley Co., where she works with small businesses as an Online Business Manager and Systems Strategiest. She also runs Blonde & Ambitious Blog, a lifestyle blog that showcases motherhood, simple beauty and everyday life. Taylor has taken on the role of Studio Manager and Marketing Specialist for 20th Street Studios and is the go-to lady for making sure the studio operates smoothly for every client. Taylor also co-hosts Club Forward Together with Emily.
Emily is an established St. Louis wedding photographer, and owner of Emily Broadbent Photography. With over 6 years in the industry, cultivating community - through couples served, vendor relationships and small business connections - has played a huge role in her business. Emily has hosted countless styled shoots for photographers, photographed 60+ weddings, and co-founded Club Forward Together, an exclusive photographers-only club. Opening 20th Street Studios is a way serve the photography community as well as to further grow a positive, encouraging, creative community.