Narroway Studio is a creative food space and daylight photography studio in the heart of Hackney. It is a collaboration between photographer Issy Croker, stylist and art director Emily Ezekiel & food writer and stylist Anna Jones, who have been working in food and the visual arts for over a decade.
The studio is a 550sqft flexible space, with a beautiful but homely kitchen at its heart. For photography the studio works for still life, portraiture and film. It is also a perfect space for small supper clubs, launches and workshops.
Narroway Studio has everything you need: an incredibly well equipped kitchen, a large dining table, a work area with a desk and and comfy chairs, four large north facing windows and freestanding shelves for easy prop storage.
The studio overlooks St John of Hackney church and its gardens, a welcome wash of green in the middle of the city. There is an array of local independent food producers as well as supermarkets (Sainsbury’s, Tesco and M&S) nearby for all those last minute essentials. As well as a wide selection of restaurants and cafes for lunch, many of which deliver.
Narroway Studio is only a five minute walk from Hackney Central and Hackney Downs stations, and there are also very affordable parking spaces in the St John’s Church yard carpark.
Fully equipped kitchen with all utensils
Two Miele Ovens
Large freestanding fridge and freezer
Miele 5 zone induction hob
Magimix food processor
Le Creuset cookware
Fully stocked Coffee and Tea area
Prop rental on request
M&S (5 min walk)
Sainsburys local (1 min walk)
Palm Vaults coffee (2 min walk)
Tonkotsu Ramen (3 min walk)
Farm Hill Organic (3 min walk)
Charles Bakery (4 mins walk)
Yard Sale Pizza (10 mins walk - delivers)
P Franco wine bar and shop (10 mins walk)
Rebel Rebel florist (15 min walk)
Fin and Flounder fishmongers (15 mins walk)
If you feel like anything essential is missing from this list when you shoot with us, please let us know and we’ll endeavour to source it for your next shoot!