Smoky Mountain Wedding Photographers
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My name is Erin Morrison and I am a photographer who is permitted to photograph in the great natural wonder of the Smoky Mountains. Why do photographers have to have a Commercial Use Authorization (aka permit)? A CUA is required if an individual, organization, or company, provide any goods, activities, services, agreements, or other function for members, clients, or the public that take place in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Basically, it is work permit. The Smoky Mountains is The United States government property, and those who work on the property need to be properly vetted and approved for commercial use. Therefore, approved photographers have authorization from the United States Department of Interior to photograph on the property. Photographers are required to have a business license, liability insurance, and have registered with the appropriate personnel in the park. When you see a permitted Smoky Mountain photographer, you can rest assured that you are dealing with a professional and licensed photographer.
Weddings and elopements in The Great Smoky Mountain National Park are absolutely beautiful. Spence Cabin, the Appalachian Clubhouse, and Cades Cove are just a few examples of ceremony locations in the Smokies. If you’re interested in getting married in the park, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would love to be your Great Smoky Mountain National Park photographer.