Local Photographer Emily Roggenburk Opens a New Gallery and Shop in Crocker Park

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Local photographer Emily Roggenburk rented a helicopter on the day of the Cavaliers championship parade and took aerial photographs of the event. Since then, she’s taken aerial photographs of major championship parades around the country, and her aerial photography has been featured on local news stations and on Good Morning America.

Now, she’s just opened her own gallery and shop in Crocker Park where she plans to show and sell her photos as well as “empowerment focused apparel” at the space located between Hyde Park Steakhouse and Urban Outfitters.



"I am thrilled to be expanding the business from online only to a permanent retail space in Crocker Park,” she says in a press release. “It's incredible to be able to offer my customers a space to go to that combines their favorite national retailers and restaurants with local artists all in one place."

She also plans to invite other local vendors into the gallery on a monthly basis for special “pop-up” shops too.



“The wonderful charm of Crocker Park is that it truly has everything you need in 12 city blocks,” adds Stacie Schmidt, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Stark Enterprises. “Being able to add Emily Roggenburk’s creative designs and concept is a wonderful addition to our property where national brands, premier restaurants and incredible local businesses are all thriving in one place together.”

The shop will be open on Saturdays and Sundays and will feature periodic pop-up shops.

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