It's the same location, but a much different look for Classic Kids Photography on Greenwich Ave.
"We have been here since 2006, so the studio needed a little freshening up. We have a classic look with our black and white photography, but it was time to have the studio reflect who we really are," said Head Photographer Katie Farro.
Classic Kids threw a grand reopening party for clients and neighbors. The neighbors include art galleries and make up studios, something that makes the top of the Ave unique.
"Greenwich is such a gorgeous little town. When I moved here, I thought it was the perfect place for art," said Patti Kane McGuire, the owner of Anam Cara Gallery on Greenwich Ave.
Classic Kids is using photo art to make a difference. Local companies showed their support by donating prizes for the grand reopening.
"This summer, we are partnering with a website called pacers.org. They are an anti-bullying organization. We are running a "Free to be Me" campaign where children can come in dressed as they are," said Farro.
"I just thought I would come and help her promote this and get the word out about all the good things she does," said Maureen Jewell, a Membership Advisor at Equinox in Darien.
"Especially towards the top of the Ave. since you don't get as much traffic, it's nice to get out there and support each other," said McGuire.
All proceeds from photo sessions purchased during the grand reopening party were donated to the Greenwich YWCA.