Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) December 16, 2016
TPC Studios (Talmadge Powell Creative) is nearing completion of a major renovation project for its future home in Tulsa’s Kendall Whittier neighborhood.
The historic Swinney Hardware building at the corner of 1st Street and Lewis Avenue has recently undergone a complete makeover, allowing TPC Studios to nearly quadruple its workspace from 3,000 to over 11,000 square feet, and to expand its menu of services. Selser Schaefer Architects has designed the renovation, and L.D. Kerns has been engaged as general contractor. Construction began in June; TPC Studios has begun moving into the facility as of mid-December.
The recent company name update and the creation of a new home reflect the company’s growth of the last five years. TPC Studios’ new home in Kendall Whittier provides an opportunity for expansion into new service offerings including:
- In-house photography and video production studio
- Photo/video studio rental
- Set design/build space
- Event décor rental
- Conference/meeting room rental
Led by Talmadge Powell (Founder, Principal and Creative Director for Events) and Todd Pyland (Principal and Creative Director for Marketing/Design), TPC Studios offers a unique hybrid of marketing, design and event services, including branding and identity design, web/interactive development, video production, and a full spectrum of marketing consulting. Clients across all services are comprised of companies large and small, including Hilti, The Eye Institute, St. John Health System, Mental Health Association Oklahoma, the Alzheimer’s Association, Tulco Oils, Patriot Bank, Nordam, the Salvation Army, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Ballet, and the University of Tulsa, to name just a few. Each year, TPC Studios’ events help Tulsa area nonprofits raise more than $12,000,000 on average.