Once Visuals is not your average everyday Knoxville wedding photographer. That's because we understand what a lot of other Knoxville wedding photography studios seem to miss. You're unique. It's one of the many reasons we love doing wedding photography in Knoxville. We understand that you're spending a lot of time planning your wedding and that there will never be another wedding just like it. It's as uniquely yours as you are. That's why we treat every single wedding we photograph with a level of creativity, craftsmanship, and attention to detail that together result in photos as uniquely yours as your wedding day. Our wedding photography style may best be described as a carefully crafted cocktail of classic and elegant, with elements of modern and stylized photography. As wedding photographers in Knoxville, be it in the Great Smokey Mountains or smack in the heart of one of East Tennessee's many historic cities, opportunites to work in some absolutely breath-taking places are abundant.
Shaun is our primary wedding photographer/web developer/owner, with his sister Beth and best friend Adam rounding out the photography team as second shooters. All of our photographers have been formally trained and carry a combined 40+ years of experience behind the lens to back it up. Head over to the About Us page to see a little more about each of our photographers.
Adam and Shaun both come from an extensively technical background which gives us the ability to offer services to our wedding photography couples they would be hard pressed to find anywhere else. Head over to the investments page to see some of the things we bring to the table.
As photographers, living in East Tennessee means we are blessed with an abundance of photographic opportunities. While we do all enjoy our various other photography subjects, at the end of the day we choose to be wedding photographers for a vary basic set of reasons. To us, there is no greate opportunity than getting to surround ourselves with clients as they are experiencing one of the best days of their lives, and no greater feeling than knowing we've captured that raw emotion for them to relive for decades to come.