April 13th, 2014 by Eleanor Goldfield
A beautifully renovated, 10,000 sq. foot studio space in the hip NOHO Arts District of North Hollywood seems perfectly placed. With three beautiful, state-of-the-art studios and five smaller production rooms, it feels like the ideal addition to a creative, up-and-coming area of LA.
But it came dramatically close to never Read more...
January 26th, 2014 by Eleanor Goldfield
It feels like home.
Bougainvillea climbs over the green metal gate, encircling bright blue lounge chairs and a wrought iron table set, picturesque, against the brick patio.
Entering Bell Sound
The doors are heavy and elegant. Someone always rings the buzzer, but the door at Bell Sound Studios is always Read more...
October 21st, 2013 by Eleanor Goldfield
Dramatic clouds hover over the Royal Palace, a light wind whips the steam from my strong cup of Swedish coffee, blending with the fresh air that’s shifting from Summer to Fall.
There’s a majestic small town grandeur to Stockholm, an almost fairytale like elegance.
I’m biased, of course, having spent Read more...
June 12th, 2013 by Eleanor Goldfield
ALTADENA, CA: Monday morning at 11am is a great time to maneuver around L.A. The freeways leading in and out of the city are abnormally empty, rocketing me from downtown to Pasadena in under 20 minutes. From there it’s about another ten minutes straight up into the hills of Altadena. Read more...
June 30th, 2011 by Justin Colletti
The bustle and heat of this city can spark new collaborations and ignites our creative fires. But with the sweltering summer months upon us, we sometimes find that the very elements that attract us to this teeming city begin to repel us away.
City bands retreating to the countryside to Read more...