Our photography studio at the Vox Theatre

Our photography studio at the Vox Theatre

The Studio

The team at Alistair Tutton Photography travels a lot. Like a lot. We’re talking frequent miles platinum status level. But when they’re not jet setting, you’ll find them on set at historic Vox Theatre. Alistair bought this 1920s silent movie theatre in 2009 and turned it into a 6,000 square foot photography palace. 

Need space? You could store a fleet of planes or cars in this place (it wouldn’t be the first time). In fact, we’ve photographed all kinds of vehicles here, including camels and donkeys. The Vox boasts 20-foot ceilings, a stage and enough room to light and shoot three scenes side by side. There’s even 2,000 square feet of outdoor shooting space.

Our super secret, super secure safe room is where we keep our ridiculous amount of equipment all in properly British anal retentive order. Our prize procession is the world’s most expensive camera. Seriously. There are only 100 of them in the country. And it’s not the only camera we have. We have different cameras and setups for different jobs. Our lighting kits range from strobe to natural. And our backup system can house about 20 terabytes of data, so your photos will be available forever.

Gotta prep food? There’s a quaint kitchen tucked in the corner of the shooting area. We even have a secure fridge for storing proprietary cuts of meat and other valuable edibles. 

From natural light to natural surfaces, we can take care of any shooting environment. While most photographers rent surfaces, we have a library of our own. It includes everything from paper backgrounds to customer food surfaces. You won’t find a broader range anywhere.

Whether your style is Cracker Barrel or more Crate and Barrel, you’ll find the aesthetic you need right here at Alistair Tutton Photography studio. Frankly, and with all humility, there is nothing like it even on the coasts.