Nashville native Larry McCormack is an award-winning photojournalist who has been telling his community’s stories for over 40 years for The Tennessean and the Nashville Banner. 
Larry has captured images from every major event in recent Nashville history, from the first Titans and Predators games, to the 2020 and 1998 tornadoes and the 2010 flood. He was part of a team that was a Pulitzer finalist for flood coverage. 
He has photographed all the top music award shows, including CMA, ACM, CMT, Americana and Dove, plus concerts at the Opry, Ryman, Nissan Stadium and Bridgestone Arena and portraits of many of the biggest music stars.
He also has photographed the Tennessee State Legislature, the business community and Nashville's culinary scene. 
While Larry enjoys covering the big events, what he enjoys most is telling everyday stories of people in the community.
“There is a heartbeat of the city that you have to be a part of to know. I like bringing the news to the community and telling the stories of my fellow Tennesseans." Larry said.
“Visual photography is what I do. Give me a call so we can collaborate on all your visual projects."
He is available for freelance assignments throughout Tennessee.
In his free time, he enjoys traveling, walking on the Greenway, reading and trying out the latest restaurants to open in Nashville. He is also active in his church where he teaches a Sunday School class and serves on the Finance Committee.
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