Studio Visit Guidelines
Thank you for scheduling a studio visit with Brooklyn Editions. We value your interest in working together and are looking forward to meeting with you! To ensure your time spent with us is as efficient and helpful as possible, we have prepared studio visit guidelines to best advise your preparation for our appointment.DOWNLOAD PDF
We expect our clients to abide by the given time window we provide for our meetings. Brooklyn Editions aims to be as accessible as possible to all while giving undivided attention to each project – one way we achieve this is by adhering to a structured schedule.
We respect our clients’ time as much as we do ours – punctuality and commitment to studio visits are a must. However, we do understand that unforeseen things do happen and ask that we be notified or updated of changes as soon as possible. Repeated instances of no-shows or cancellations may lead to deposit fees or the end of our working relationship, all at our own discretion.
The goal of each studio visit is different. We take the time to individually prepare for all appointments. We make sure to have the necessary materials ready for our clients when they come in – whether this be paper samples, proofs, or otherwise. If you are expecting to see something when you come in, please be sure that this is made clear to us.
In return, clients should prepare their own necessary materials prior to the visit – whether this be digital files, artwork, reference materials, or otherwise. If you are bringing digital files with you, please ensure they are readily accessible via hard drive, laptop, online storage, or that they have been sent to us already. We have detailed File Preparation Guidelines that go over how to best prepare files to work with.