WALKER, Mich. (Wood) — The film studio co-founded by Grand Rapids natives reopened today.
Black Pigeon Studios has moved from downtown’s Market Street area to the border of Grand Rapids and Walker. This new location is three times his size in the original space, making it about 6,000 square feet.
The owners say the decision to expand was made in response to the growing film industry and their goal of “bridge the gap” between Hollywood and Michigan.
Grand Rapids native Josh Sikkema said the work they do is helping the next generation.
“The resources that I had were not the resources that we created. rice field. “Working with kids, having them on set, having a professionally accessible space is something I’ve dreamed of,” Sikkema said.
Black Pigeon Studios employs over 40 interns.