Studio B Portraits is located in historic downtown Issaquah on Seattle’s Eastside. The studio features inspiring wall galleries, a luxurious wardrobe area with full amenities, a state of the art shooting area, a wide array of outdoor sets and a comfortable viewing lounge to get acquainted, enjoy multimedia shows and discuss photographic possibilities.
Our specialty is creating original photographic art and we love the collaboration of this process. From consulting on style to selecting the perfect backdrops & locations for portrait sessions, our entire Studio B staff is dedicated to creating a wonderful “You On Your Best Day” experience.
Service is our first priority so expect a personal touch from the moment you walk through the door and look forward to a “WOW” on your wall when we’re finished. Brag worthy wall portraits for your home, custom albums, heirloom quality prints, gorgeous framed canvas and so much more — yes, it’s what we do.
Photographic Artist Brooke Clark is the “B” in Studio B Portraits. A regular contributor to 425 Magazine, she is best known for her modern family portraits and contemporary high school senior photography. Brooke got her start shooting with Disney and Ford Models Teen & Youth Division and enjoyed a successful commercial photography career prior to opening Studio B Portraits in 2006. Brooke’s work quickly caught the attention of magazine editors and her art began appearing on the covers and in the pages of several well know publications. With her magazine style & editorial look, Brooke is inspired by the same high profile faces and places that we all enjoy at the movies and on television. She credits her years shooting for Los Angeles’ premier modeling agency and her dedication to celebrity literature & documentary film(aka: tabloids and Bravo) for bringing that special bit of Hollywood glamor to every photo shoot. Brooke is Mother to three small children and a husband that sometimes acts like one. For more about Brooke and a behind the camera view from recent photo shoots, click here to visit the Studio B-log.