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Jay Farrell is one of the favorite Nashville wedding photographers, specializing in documentary wedding photography style,  and portrait photographer with a creative, fun approach. He does journalistic wedding photography,  family and lifestyle photos, journalistic engagement photos, music artist photography,  business headshots, acting and modeling headshots . His studio is in East Nashville Tennessee.

Interested in documentary style wedding photographs to capture your special day? View Jay’s portfolio to see recent projects and get a feel for his creative, journalistic style. Below are some service options and benefits of choosing Jay Farrell as your photographer. For pricing and packaging information, please view the pricing page or contact Jay.

Weddings:

  • Member Historic East Nashville Merchants Association
  • Member of TWESA (TN. Wedding Events Specialists Assoc.)
  • Fun to work with and pleasant, positive, energetic team
  • Rich storytelling documentary approach to wedding photography
  • Proven track record and real client reviews showing high customer service standards
  • Fully insured, which is often a requirement for venues
  • Easy to understand wedding photography packages that deliver the best overall value
  • Couples receive color corrected retouched digital negatives on USB drive with shared copyrights
  • Award winning journalistic wedding and engagement photos
  • Beautiful storybook style coffee table books and other album styles
  • Unique print products available
  • Also serving areas outside Nashville, such as Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, Lebanon, Franklin, Bowling Green Kentucky, and beyond
  • LGBT friendly, LGBT wedding photography

Portrait and headshot:

  • On location or studio available
  • Knowledge of lighting and composition, and bringing out the best in each unique face. Something only a professional portrait and headshot photographer can effectively do
  • Taking details and usage of the project into consideration to achieve the best results
  • Utilizing importance of mood and energy in a photograph to make it a complete work