Update your portfolio with this special mini-session offer from Rathkopf Photography and Ground Floor Gallery.

Limited Slots Available! 

- One hour appointments for $169. Up to 8 pieces (*) can be photographed during the session with studio lighting.

- One high-resolution, edited photo per piece for unlimited use on social media and for print.

- Images delivered within 10 business days via private digital download link 

*Artwork must not be framed behind glass to qualify for this session.


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In 2013, independent curators Krista Saunders Scenna and Jill Benson founded Ground Floor Gallery, Park Slope’s primary commercial art space. As the current gallery owner, Scenna continues to connect local, emerging artists to new art buyers and audiences through curated exhibitions of original art and educational ventures such as art collecting classes for beginners and private art consulting sessions. The gallery empowers buyers new to art and those curious about up-and-coming, underrepresented talents by hosting intimate events, organizing studio visits, and encouraging partnerships between local residents / businesses and our network of talented artists throughout the exhibition season.

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Husband and wife team Jordan and Anna co-founded Rathkopf Photography with specialties in lifestyle, art and event photography for corporations, companies, artists, individuals and non-profit organizations.

Jordan serves as the house photographer for Ground Floor Gallery's exhibitions and works with a variety of artists and designers. 

Clients include Benjamin Moore, The Berman Group, Brooklyn Historical Society, BRICArts, Community News Group, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, Groundfloor Gallery, Gowanus Arts, National Sawdust, Prospect Park Alliance, Red S Advertising, Rover, Stomping Ground Photo and a variety of entrepreneurs, creatives and families.

Work has been published in Wall Street Journal, Forbes, TimeOut, Slate, Commercial Observer, Curbed, Gothamist, Vice, The Guardian, NY Post, Brooklyn Paper, Chelsea Now among other publications.