For our first feature for Creative Spaces, we spoke with House of Marley photographer and videographer, Eddie Grams for a look inside his home editing studio in Williamsburg.
“Space is precious, especially living in New York, so I ditched the idea of a bulky, store-bought, more than likely Ikea desk & decided to build my own with a sheet of 18 inch deep x 4 foot wide plywood, two 1/2 inch steel pipes & some L-brackets mounted to the wall. I raised my laptop up on a stand in order to maximize the desk surface area so that my keyboard can be hidden underneath when I need space to write or draw in my sketchbook. I’ve got a few desktop hard drives that I rarely take on the road with me, but also have a ton of portable drives that I can obviously take anywhere (These specific thunderbolt G-Drives are particularly speedy). Having a USB hub is key for me to charge and/or connect multiple devices at once, including my House of Marley Legend ANC headphones. These are my babies for editing at home. You will rarely ever see me without them on & my SubPac tactile bass system in the chair. Together, these two create such an insane home studio experience that makes you feel as if you paid top dollar for some plush studio time uptown.” -Grams
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