Eating less meat. Turning off the lights. Biking or walking instead of driving.
In the past few decades, society has begun to take many important steps to help reduce energy and conserve
As individuals, it’s so important to adopt these practices and do our part in going green. But we all know how
crucial it is for companies and organizations to adopt the same values. Here at Iris Booth, we have thoughtfully
engineered our product to be kind to the planet.
Did you know....
An average office mini-fridge uses 2-3x
more electricity than our full-sized booth
Iris Booth uses high-efficiency LED lighting
We carefully select all of our electronics for their energy star rating and then use them with peak efficiency in mind.
Our electronics rest between use, saving enormous amounts of energy
Compared to a traditional photo shoot in a studio, Iris Booth uses 1/10 the electricity per session.
Working From Home
The new decade has seen a massive surge in remote
It levels the playing field, increases productivity,
and most importantly has a significant carbon offset for our
We believe in not using more than we need. This means no
offices, no commuting, no take-out lunches, and no throwaway
This is why, from coast-to-coast, Iris Booth employees work
from the comfort of their homes. For Earth’s sake.
“Research shows that remote workers are more
productive. In a two year experiment at a real company,
remote workers did 13% more work in the same amount
of time as their peers.”
Check out this TedTalk by WordPress co-founder MattMullenweg on why working from home is good for business.