Solid Rock Photos moves to downtown New Phila

Solid Rock Photos moves to downtown New Phila

Suzanne Trimmer


Solid Rock Photos has enjoyed a decade-long run at its boutique downtown Dover location, but because of the continued growth of its studio operation and its volume school and sports program, the company has outgrown the space. SRP will move to 128 N. Broadway in New Philadelphia beginning Aug. 1.

“The move is bittersweet,” Solid Rock founder Suzanne Trimmer said. “We aren’t leaving because we weren’t happy with the location. In fact, we will miss it very much. But we are so excited to be in the heart of what is a thriving downtown environment in New Philadelphia. We will continue to offer our Rockstar Experience with the help of an upgraded photography suite, style closet and all of the extras and even some surprises that our studio clients have come to expect.”

Located across the street from the Tuscarawas County Courthouse, the New Philadelphia site is nearly double the size of the Dover studio and also will allow the SRP team to streamline its volume operation with better staff workspace, more room forms/orders/storage/sorting and the flexibility to add more workstations as new team members are added.

“Our area has been so supportive of this company,” Trimmer said. “Tuscarawas County really is a special place. When my husband Denny and I started this business in the basement of our home in 2005, we had a bigger picture in mind. We wanted to be more than just a couple of people and a camera. We wanted to have a storefront space, hire great people and give back to our communities, schools and the causes we feel passionate about. And through the support of so many, we have been able to see that come to fruition. We look forward to carrying on that tradition in our new studio location.”

The 2014 Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year, SRP is a nationally recognized portrait studio. In addition to serving Dover, New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas Central Catholic, Tusky Valley, Strasburg, Buckeye Career Center and Canton South school districts, it specializes in high school senior and destination photography.

Along with its social-media platforms, the studio can be called at 330-795-0334, visited at or emailed at

Plans for a ribbon cutting and open house will be announced soon.

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