Photographer goes solo downtown


Photography is becoming bigger business in downtown Bremerton. 

Hudson Photographic Artistry has long been a venerable part of downtown; more recently came the RockIt Roost’s  Hanah Reed, who brought her Kustom Kulture style here.

They were joined recently by Elaine Turso, who moved into a space above the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce on Fourth Street. Her spacious new studio has five rooms and allows her to do a little bit of everything, including boudoir and glamor photography, her specialty. A great success story for the scrapbooker turned professional photographer.

Turso isn’t exactly new to the neighborhood. She recently moved her studio from nearby Ish Vintage Clothing & Costume just up the street, where she says she outgrew the space. You may also recall Turso’s Empowerment Calendar, which is looking increasingly likely as becoming a yearly product.

She believes the photography scene downtown is growing and that’s a good thing. Rather than take business from each other, she says they support one another.

“Although we overlap in some areas, we still have our own expertise,” she said. “It’s about supporting one another.”

View Turso’s web site here.

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