An exciting new photo gallery and studio has just opened in downtown Nashville. Photographer Dan Dion has been photographing musicians, comedians, and celebrities for over thirty years, including twenty as the House Photographer at the world-famous Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. Located directly next door to Third Man Records, the gallery features portraits and performance imagery of the likes of Johnny Cash, John Lee Hooker, The White Stripes, John Prine, Dave Chappelle, George Carlin, Debbie Harry, as well as recent Nashville portraits from such local luminaries as Margo Price, Tommy Emmanuel, and Sam Bush. Photos from a wide range of price points and sizes are available, from $50-$650.
Dan Dion’s photography has been in hundreds of magazines and newspapers, album covers, and on the walls of venues around the world. He currently has ongoing solo exhibitions in New York, Sydney, Manchester (UK), Portland, Nashville, and San Francisco. He has published three books, including Amazon’s 2016 Best Children’s Nonfiction book Tuesday Tucks Me In, the story of a wounded veteran and his service dog. He moved to Nashville in 2019 to become the Head of A&R at 800 Pound Gorilla, a stand-up comedy record label. See some of his work at DanDion.com
The gallery is currently open by appointment only and during special receptions, but looks to create hours open to the public soon.
Thousands of images are available free of charge to publish with press coverage of the new gallery, and the photographer is available for interviews and podcasts.