JABB Management Reopens Studio Doors

Jeremy Spencer

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — JABB Management has announced the reopening of their studios for use by industry professionals.

The studios, in continuous operation since 1999, locked its doors to all but JABB clients in 2005.

“We decided to allow outside producers back into the facility for one main reason,” JABB Management President Andrew Briskin said. “First and foremost, because of the increase in online content demands. Lately, because of our unique location in Hollywood, we’ve been receiving calls on a weekly basis. The studio sits empty when our clients aren't using the facility, so why not turn those few days of down time into income?”

The 2,400 square-foot facility, located in the heart of the Hollywood Media District, has a 24x16-foot photography studio/insert stage with high ceilings, a full hair and makeup area and a 12-foot-wide locker room-style shower stall with four showerheads and high, open ceilings for lighting. In addition, there’s a catering/craft service area in the kitchen and production office space.

“Rental rates vary, but are below the norm for the size, location and amenities offered,” Briskin said.

JABB’s studio is only 45 minutes to LAX, 30 minutes to Burbank Airport and 10 minutes to West Hollywood.

“The studio is the first stop for anyone shooting in the L.A. area,” Briskin said.

For more information on the studio, visit JABBmanagement.com or email Briskin at andrew@jabbmanagement.com .