|This exhibit of original black and white film (mostly Kodak Tri-X and Infrared; 35mm, medium format and 4x5) photographs is a documentary of Nashville, as well as a personal visual diary. The shots capture Nashville, the eccentric, musical, bible belt, suburban, very southern, place that it is. Currently, there are 90 pictures on display here, although the list is growing.
Framed prints from this collection are currently hanging in the Vanderbilt Plaza Hotel, in the Ladies and Gentlemen's Rooms near the Main Level Cocktail Bar.
Prints (8x10 glossy) from this collection may be purchased for $50 each, for home or office decor use. Payment may be made using Paypal. Other uses of these images are also available. If interested, a higher resolution image may be e-mailed to you for your inspection. Print delivery time is usually 1-2 weeks. Contact Jer.
Interested parties may also contact Jer about creative photography services, for editorial purposes, or for promoting a music, art or other independent project.
BIO: Jerry Hall was born in Meridian, Mississippi, the son of a cattle buyer. The family moved to Nashville at age five, where he grew up during the 1960's and 1970's. He worked as an engineer, in Baton Rouge and Cincinnati, before returning to Nashville.
Jerry's pictures have been published many times by the Nashville SCENE.
Jer has recently been traveling across the USA and Canada, photographing signage for InterContinental Hotels.
He pursues his passion for good wine in the role of Wine Consultant and Web Manager for Frugal MacDoogal's Wine and Liquor Warehouse in Nashville. Click here to follow the August 2004 Napa Valley trip as it is posted on the web.
Jer is also Photographer and Webmaster for Gusset.com.