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  • Erin Morrison Photography – Knoxville, TN

    I am a modern, lifestyle Knoxville wedding photographer in Knoxville, TN. I also photograph in the surrounding Knoxville areas, such as Maryville, Alcoa, and Sevierville, TN.

    I started my photography journey in 2011 with the full support of my husband. I guess, you could say, it’s in my genes. My aunt and uncle are professional photographers out in the Seattle area.

    In 2013, I became an Associate Photographer for the amazing Joe and Kathleen of JoPhoto. It has been an honor to shoot under their company, and I certainly couldn’t ask for better bosses, mentors, and friends.

    Through my work at Erin Morrison Photography and JoPhoto, I have had the opportunity to photograph at many places in Knoxville and East Tennessee. I have photographed at Dara's Garden, The Reserve at Bluebird Hill, The Stables at Hunter Valley, The Pavilion at Hunter Valley, The Emporium, The Standard, and Spence Cabin in the Smokey Mountain National Park.

    I sincerely thank all of my clients who have allowed me to be a part of their lives. I hope you will allow me to be part of yours. Please, feel free to contact me!

    Photo Courtesy of JoPhoto

TBC Baseball: BPA World Series

I had an opportunity to see my nephew, Hunter, play in the BPA World Series in Chattanooga last week.  It was the first opportunity that I have had this year to see him play.  My husband and I traveled from Knoxville with BabyMo to the Summit of Softball Complex in Chattanooga.  It was the perfect day for a baseball game. The weather had cooled down considerably, and the sun was shinning with a wonderful breeze through the air. If only summer days were like that all the time! Hunter plays for the Tennessee Baseball Club out of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  It’s a baseball club that was created by my brother-in-law Matt Morrison. He is a an amazing coach, and I feel like coaching baseball is his calling in life. The team that Hunter plays on, the 9U team, was ranked 3rd in the state and that is why they were playing in the BPA World Series. How cool is that?! The best part of the day? I also got to see my brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, mother-in-law, and niece! Yep, that’s a lot of family. The only person who was missing was Nana:-)Baseball GloveTennessee Baseball ClubLittle League World SeriesAlan Morrison NashvilleBaseball Club Middle TNYouth SportsBaseball Middle TNBaseball TournamentKnoxville Family PhotographyBaseball Pitcher2014-07-18_0010Chattanooga Sports ComplexTennessee Baseball Club2014-07-18_0013Little League World SeriesBaseball PitcherBaseball PlayersTennessee Baseball ClubPrayer BaseballBaseball SeasonKnoxville Family PhotographyBaseball CoachSummer BaseballYouth BaseballTennessee Baseball ClubTennessee Baseball Club


Candice & Ben: Knoxville Wedding Photographer

Intimate Backyard Wedding in Knoxville, TN

It. Was. Perfect.

We couldn’t have asked for a better day for Candice & Ben’s intimate backyard wedding. The sun was shinning, a light breeze was in the air, and there was zero humidity. Zero. The weather was the perfect canvas.

When I arrived at Candice’s parent’s property, the tent and the chairs from Rothchild’s were already set up, as well as the tables for the amazing food and cake from Karen’s Katering. The band, Dunavant, were getting all of their equipment set up and some strums of the guitar and the pat of the drums could be heard around the property.  This all went well in-tune with the violinist from Special Notes who was setting up at the ceremony site. It was all perfect; everyone getting all ready for Candice and Ben’s big day.

Candice looked radiant in her dress as she moved about the house with her family; her laugh could be heard from miles away. And Ben was equally happy as he kidded around with his family and groomsmen. Together, they make a wildly happy, silly, care-free couple who are simply perfect for each other.

Congratulations to the new Mr. & Mrs. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your day. #muchlove

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July 20, 2014 - 4:44 pm

Haley Dotson - Beautiful wedding, Erin!!

Leland Price for Judge: Debusk Fundraiser Event

Knoxville Events Photographer

A recent Metro Pulse article pretty much hit the nail on the head as to why you, me, I, your mother, your father, your…well, you get the picture, should vote in the Knox County General Election on August 7, 2014.

The article states: “If you aren’t a lawyer, and you don’t regularly spend time at the courthouse, Knox County judicial races are something you probably ignore.

Judges—or would-be judges—can’t run on issues the way politicians can. They can’t talk about how they would rule without the potential for serious trouble—ethics complaints, mistrials, even lawsuits. In short, judicial races are often kind of boring.

But most of you will end up in a local court at some point in your lives. You might be the victim of a crime. You might commit a crime. You might have an abusive boyfriend and need an order of protection. Your company might be sued. You might want a divorce. You might adopt a child. You might be stuck with a complicated probate after the death of a relative.

All of these issues—and plenty others—end up before a judge. And if that judge isn’t prepared or doesn’t understand the law, your life could be seriously impacted. Worse, if a really terrible judge gets elected, he’s on the bench for the next eight years, not just four.

This is why you need to pay attention to the five contested judicial races in August’s general election.”

One of the five contested judicial races is for Criminal Court Division III.  Leland Price is one of the people running for that judgeship.  I hope that the Knox County residents who are reading this post will go out and vote for him. The decisions a judge makes ripple through our every day lives: the swift conclusion to criminal court cases impacts our tax payer dollars, accountability of law enforcement ensures that we are continually protected, and fair sentencing of defendants not only reforms the individual offender, but deters others from committing crime while improving the overall well-being of our community.  Serving as judge of a criminal court is a highly demanding job, and a judge with impeccable character, sound judgment and strong work-ethic is a must. I believe that Leland Price has all of those characteristics. I implore you to visit his campaign website and see what a truly remarkable man he is. I hope you will vote for him on August 7, 2014.

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Kaylynn & Westin: Knoxville Family Photographer

Meads Quarry Family Photography

I mean, come on! How cute are these two?  Little Kaylynn is turning the big #4 and her momma, Dori, wanted to get some some fun photos of her in her birthday outfits.  And Dori wanted to get a couple of photos of her sweet little man, Westin, as he hit one of his first milestone: being 3 months old!

It was a warm, summer day at Meads Quarry for our Knoxville family photography session. But, that didn’t seem to phase Kaylynn one bit. She tromped around on the railroad tracks, smiled pretty for me on the large rocks nearby, flew down some of walking trails, and showed off her dress in front of the Quarry. Oh, to have the energy of a four-year-old!

And Westin snoozed in his car seat until his big debut in this matching outfit. Kaylynn and Westin seemed totally comfortable together sitting on the white sand. And completely adorable as well.

Dori, you have some amazing children! They are certainly beautiful!

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Ewart Family: Knoxville Family Photographer

The Hill, University of Tennessee Family Photography

June 15, 2014 was the day that I got totally schooled on my University of Tennessee knowledge.

Do you know how the checkerboard end zone on the football field for the University of Tennessee started? Well, I do! John told me at our family photography session that in the 1960s, the president of the University of Tennessee wanted to unite athletics and academics.  The only (and most well-known) academic building visible from Neyland stadium was Ayres Hall, which has checkerboard brickwork on it’s tower. So, he decided to add it to the end zones.  I had no clue! #youlearnsomethingneweveryday

John was full of nostalgia as we visit many part of the campus; his graduating class even helped fund the brickwork highlighting the entrance to The Hill!  We visited Neyland Stadium and “The Rock,” where Betsy painted their last name on the back! How cool is that!? Megan was happy to trek around with us in her red, high-heeled shoes; she was full of energy and spunk throughout our family photography session! She was certainly a treat!

I hope that you enjoy the Ewart Family photos!

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