Salim Nourallah and his wife, Jayme, know how to make working together work for their marriage. The couple built side-by-side studios at their home. To your right, Pleasantry Lane Recording studio. Fifty feet to the left is Jamye’s studio for her child photography business, as well as a space for her to create her artwork.
Salim and his partner, Rip Rowan, have produced records for the likes of the Deathray Davies, Chris Holt, The Cut*Off, Buttercup, Elkhart and the Old 97’s, just to name a few. Pleasantry Lane Recording studio was designed by Bob Suffolk, owner of Suffolk Studio Design. He created a 60s-70s influenced look that’s both sleek and mod while still providing a very relaxed and warm atmosphere.
Recently Salim invited Art&Seek for a tour of his studio and a look back at the beginnings of Pleasantry Lane.
Be sure to tune in to KXT 91.7 Friday afternoon for his in-studio performance. And visit our Artist Spaces section to see where a slew of North Texas artists (including Jayme Nourallah) get creative.