a passion for storytelling equalled only by a passion for people

I whistle while I work. It's not that I have any resemblance to the seven dwarfs–other than premature balding and corrected vision–I simply think they have a sophisticated quality: work hard and keep a good attitude. It's a decision I make and carry into every aspect of my day. Constantly humbled by my profession, I want to produce pieces that allow an audience to empathize or laugh with the face behind the headline. To communicate what that story looks like, sounds like, and feels like. By sharing their moments and learning from my subjects–it’s this unpublishable experience that fulfills me.

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Annual Report Photographer | Corporate Portraits | Business Photography

Corporate Photojournalist

Annual report photographer Nathan Morgan Photography in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. Business Portraits + Corporate Photography + Executive Portraits + Corporate Branding + Editorial Portraits in TN + LA Annual Report Photography

A collection of corporate photography used in various annual reports and editorial business publications. With an ability to help executives communicate their best look, Nathan can help communicate a corporate narrative or industrial branding through his photojournalist background and natural lighting techniques.

Email us to discuss your companies vision for an annual report to shareholders, needs for a corporate advertising campaign, or business portraits of top executives.

 

CEO of Nisolo, Patrick Woodyard, right, and Nick Meyer, vice president of business development, launched their Nashville-based shoe company in 2011 to empower artisians in Peru with sustainable development. "If we're no here tomorrow we want to make sure people we work with are better off in the long term," said Woodyard.

Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM28 CEO of Nisolo, Patrick Woodyard, right, and Nick Meyer, vice president of business development, launched their Nashville-based shoe company in 2011 to empower artisians in Peru with sustainable development. "If we're no here tomorrow we want to make sure people we work with are better off in the long term," said Woodyard. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Hand crafted leather shoes are the main product offered by Nisolo.

Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM29 Hand crafted leather shoes are the main product offered by Nisolo. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Singer-songwriter Matt Martino performs with others for a full house at the the Bluebird Cafe Wednesday afternoon. The famous venue has been replicated as a studio set for the production and filming of the "Nashville" show. Bluebird general manager Erika Wollam Nichols is hoping the increased visibility translates to increased business.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM03 Singer-songwriter Matt Martino performs with others for a full house at the the Bluebird Cafe Wednesday afternoon. The famous venue has been replicated as a studio set for the production and filming of the "Nashville" show. Bluebird general manager Erika Wollam Nichols is hoping the increased visibility translates to increased business. Photography by Nathan Morgan
The Bluebird Cafe has been replicated as a studio set for the production and filming of the "Nashville" show. Bluebird general manager Erika Wollam Nichols is hoping the increased visibility translates to increased business.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM04 The Bluebird Cafe has been replicated as a studio set for the production and filming of the "Nashville" show. Bluebird general manager Erika Wollam Nichols is hoping the increased visibility translates to increased business. Photography by Nathan Morgan
The view from the 3rd floor balcony, added to the Honky Tonk Central.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM05 The view from the 3rd floor balcony, added to the Honky Tonk Central. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Colorist Rodney Williams reviews edits for Forward, a post production studio in Marathon Village .
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM06 Colorist Rodney Williams reviews edits for Forward, a post production studio in Marathon Village . Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
With music videos gaining momentum and with strength in Nashville's commercial business, TailLight Productions founder Shaun Silva opened Forward, a post production studio in Marathon Village he helped design. "I wanted clients to be able to walk in and feel like the can be creative," said Silva, known mostly for his work as a director although he went to school for architecture.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal. Nashville_Photographer_NM07.jpg With music videos gaining momentum and with strength in Nashville's commercial business, TailLight Productions founder Shaun Silva opened Forward, a post production studio in Marathon Village he helped design. "I wanted clients to be able to walk in and feel like the can be creative," said Silva, known mostly for his work as a director although he went to school for architecture. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal.
Bob Eisenstein, age 96, has been in the real estate business for about half a century is currently a broker with Robin Realty Company LLC.  "The main thing is to keep active.... I don't want to sit down and just gestate," said Eisenstein who credits his interest in real estate, people, and regular exercise to his perservance as a working professional. In his early days Eisenstein showed his share of properties but when customers began to talk about their grandparents and great grandparents "to make conversation," he transitioned to a broker.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM08 Bob Eisenstein, age 96, has been in the real estate business for about half a century is currently a broker with Robin Realty Company LLC. "The main thing is to keep active.... I don't want to sit down and just gestate," said Eisenstein who credits his interest in real estate, people, and regular exercise to his perservance as a working professional. In his early days Eisenstein showed his share of properties but when customers began to talk about their grandparents and great grandparents "to make conversation," he transitioned to a broker. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Bob Eisenstein, age 96, has been in the real estate business for about half a century is currently a broker with Robin Realty Company LLC.  "The main thing is to keep active.... I don't want to sit down and just gestate," said Eisenstein who credits his interest in real estate, people, and regular exercise to his perservance as a working professional. In his early days Eisenstein showed his share of properties but when customers began to talk about their grandparents and great grandparents "to make conversation," he transitioned to a broker.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM09 Bob Eisenstein, age 96, has been in the real estate business for about half a century is currently a broker with Robin Realty Company LLC. "The main thing is to keep active.... I don't want to sit down and just gestate," said Eisenstein who credits his interest in real estate, people, and regular exercise to his perservance as a working professional. In his early days Eisenstein showed his share of properties but when customers began to talk about their grandparents and great grandparents "to make conversation," he transitioned to a broker. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Prices range from $123,000 in upwards of half a million for the elite brand of cars sold at the dealership.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM10 Prices range from $123,000 in upwards of half a million for the elite brand of cars sold at the dealership. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Adam Long is the head mechanic of the Maserati Rolls-Royce Bentley of Nashville dealership located in Franklin. "Everything's all electronic," said Long about how the luxury line vehicles provide extensive diagnostic information electronically and in some instances techincal support is supplied from the United Kingdom.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM11 Adam Long is the head mechanic of the Maserati Rolls-Royce Bentley of Nashville dealership located in Franklin. "Everything's all electronic," said Long about how the luxury line vehicles provide extensive diagnostic information electronically and in some instances techincal support is supplied from the United Kingdom. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Nima Farzaneh, left, and Shane Hoffman work on the production line at the Nissan North America plant in Smyrna, Tenn.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM12 Nima Farzaneh, left, and Shane Hoffman work on the production line at the Nissan North America plant in Smyrna, Tenn. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Clif Coleman bought the Mid-South Metallurgical of Murfreesboro about 5 years ago before the recession and maintaned 13 percent growth while most others in the industry declined 35 percent. "I'm proud of our team that we pulled together and I think I made it us an even better team," said Coleman.

Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM13 Clif Coleman bought the Mid-South Metallurgical of Murfreesboro about 5 years ago before the recession and maintaned 13 percent growth while most others in the industry declined 35 percent. "I'm proud of our team that we pulled together and I think I made it us an even better team," said Coleman. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Joselyn Quiroz assembles window frames at MGM Industries, a manufacturer of vinyl windows in Hendersonville.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM14 Joselyn Quiroz assembles window frames at MGM Industries, a manufacturer of vinyl windows in Hendersonville. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Brian Culpepper moves frame material at MGM Industries, a manufacturer of vinyl windows in Hendersonville.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM15 Brian Culpepper moves frame material at MGM Industries, a manufacturer of vinyl windows in Hendersonville. Photography by Nathan Morgan
David "Buddy" F. Bacon Jr. of Meridian Surgical Partners has been with the company for six of the more than 15 years he's been in the healthcare industry. Bacon says that the ever changing nature of healthcare keeps him stimulated in the business side of his industry.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM16 David "Buddy" F. Bacon Jr. of Meridian Surgical Partners has been with the company for six of the more than 15 years he's been in the healthcare industry. Bacon says that the ever changing nature of healthcare keeps him stimulated in the business side of his industry. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Sue Steen has officially been with Servpro since 1995 but really grew up with the it as her parents founded the company in 1967 in California where she was born.  "To be able to continue the legacy they created is most rewarding," said Steen.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM17 Sue Steen has officially been with Servpro since 1995 but really grew up with the it as her parents founded the company in 1967 in California where she was born. "To be able to continue the legacy they created is most rewarding," said Steen. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Morgan Williamson, left and Elizabeth Nunnally, were friends before they combined efforts to own and operate RetroSno, a food truck specializing in shaved ice.  Williamson said she grew up with an obsession with snowballs and considering that Nunnally had a marketing background the business was a natural fit. RetroSno won the people's choice award Saturday during the competition.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM18 Morgan Williamson, left and Elizabeth Nunnally, were friends before they combined efforts to own and operate RetroSno, a food truck specializing in shaved ice. Williamson said she grew up with an obsession with snowballs and considering that Nunnally had a marketing background the business was a natural fit. RetroSno won the people's choice award Saturday during the competition. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Josh Lieberg, (left to right) with his sisters Lauren Frahm and Julie Lieberg eat ice cream from Hit & Miss Ice Cream during The Nashville Food Truck Association helds it's innagural "Nashville Street Food Awards," Saturday at the Centennial Park. The kids came with the family and said they enjoyed their first time eating from a food truck. The competition featured more than 20 culinary entrepreneurs who sold food to patrons and participated in judging for different categories. A portion of the proceeds were donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM19 Josh Lieberg, (left to right) with his sisters Lauren Frahm and Julie Lieberg eat ice cream from Hit & Miss Ice Cream during The Nashville Food Truck Association helds it's innagural "Nashville Street Food Awards," Saturday at the Centennial Park. The kids came with the family and said they enjoyed their first time eating from a food truck. The competition featured more than 20 culinary entrepreneurs who sold food to patrons and participated in judging for different categories. A portion of the proceeds were donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Rob Ivy
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Randy Price
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM21.jpg Randy Price Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Jackie Kocot works on here grad school applications Wednesday at Fido. Kocot just moved to town about 2 months ago and now visits the coffee shop/cafe three times a week. 

Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM22 Jackie Kocot works on here grad school applications Wednesday at Fido. Kocot just moved to town about 2 months ago and now visits the coffee shop/cafe three times a week. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Bob Bernstein moved to Nashville in 1988 and now is the owner of five local cafe's and one coffee roasting company.  Bernstein says that he himself is a little off beat, his presenation was offbeat and that's what invested expected in the coffee house's he sought funding for.  "The pitch reflected me which reflected the business," said Bernstein, noting that genuineness was one of his keys to a successful relationship with investors.

Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM23 Bob Bernstein moved to Nashville in 1988 and now is the owner of five local cafe's and one coffee roasting company. Bernstein says that he himself is a little off beat, his presenation was offbeat and that's what invested expected in the coffee house's he sought funding for. "The pitch reflected me which reflected the business," said Bernstein, noting that genuineness was one of his keys to a successful relationship with investors. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Elaine Wingerter has worked in the mailing department of Ernest Tubb Record Shop since 1990.  The store on Broadway is the oldest record shop in Tennessee opening back in 1947. 
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM24 Elaine Wingerter has worked in the mailing department of Ernest Tubb Record Shop since 1990. The store on Broadway is the oldest record shop in Tennessee opening back in 1947. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Rick Cunningham started in the mail room of Ernest Tubb Record Shop and today is the General Manager.  "Never will you get press one for this or press two for that, said Cunningham who considers customer service to be the quality that has helped the store endure the changing times.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM25 Rick Cunningham started in the mail room of Ernest Tubb Record Shop and today is the General Manager. "Never will you get press one for this or press two for that, said Cunningham who considers customer service to be the quality that has helped the store endure the changing times. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Laura Cunningham and Thomas Oliverio work the concierge desk Wednesday at the Hutton Hotel.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM26 Laura Cunningham and Thomas Oliverio work the concierge desk Wednesday at the Hutton Hotel. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
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Norm and Shannon Maheu of Ontario Canada walk with the kids Josh,  Nolan, and Kyle, after finishing their shopping at Premium Outlets of Lebanon Wednesday. The Maheu's said that they spent more money at the Outlet mall compared to Opry Mills. Retailers at the Wilson County continue on in sales uninterrupted by Opry Mills re-opening this past March.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM01 Norm and Shannon Maheu of Ontario Canada walk with the kids Josh, Nolan, and Kyle, after finishing their shopping at Premium Outlets of Lebanon Wednesday. The Maheu's said that they spent more money at the Outlet mall compared to Opry Mills. Retailers at the Wilson County continue on in sales uninterrupted by Opry Mills re-opening this past March. Photography by Nathan Morgan
Steve Bogard has been the president of Nashville Songwriters Association International for six years and is transitioning into his new position at Belmont University as Director of Copyright Forum.  Bogard says he intends to apply the knowledge and contacts he's developed over the years with NSAI o "create an agenda that recognizes comemrcial and cultural value of copy right."
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM02 Steve Bogard has been the president of Nashville Songwriters Association International for six years and is transitioning into his new position at Belmont University as Director of Copyright Forum. Bogard says he intends to apply the knowledge and contacts he's developed over the years with NSAI o "create an agenda that recognizes comemrcial and cultural value of copy right." Photography by Nathan Morgan
Troy Horner, of Peabody Shoe Repair carries on his family business which his parents owned in the 70's. Although the business will be moving in 2013 from Hillsboro to 718 Thomspon Lane, Horner continues to grow his business amidst growing corporate-owned competition. "Trying to do good work at a fair price," said Horned is the key to their continued success.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM30.jpg Troy Horner, of Peabody Shoe Repair carries on his family business which his parents owned in the 70's. Although the business will be moving in 2013 from Hillsboro to 718 Thomspon Lane, Horner continues to grow his business amidst growing corporate-owned competition. "Trying to do good work at a fair price," said Horned is the key to their continued success. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Troy Horner, of Peabody Shoe Repair carries on his family business which his parents owned in the 70's. Although the business will be moving in 2013 from Hillsboro to 718 Thomspon Lane, Horner continues to grow his business amidst growing corporate-owned competition. "Trying to do good work at a fair price," said Horned is the key to their continued success.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM31 Troy Horner, of Peabody Shoe Repair carries on his family business which his parents owned in the 70's. Although the business will be moving in 2013 from Hillsboro to 718 Thomspon Lane, Horner continues to grow his business amidst growing corporate-owned competition. "Trying to do good work at a fair price," said Horned is the key to their continued success. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Michael Burcham, left to right, Eric O'Reilly, David Abbott, and Scott Rouse listen to startups pitch Tuesday at the Entrepreneur Center.

 Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM32 Michael Burcham, left to right, Eric O'Reilly, David Abbott, and Scott Rouse listen to startups pitch Tuesday at the Entrepreneur Center. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
About 400 people gathered Thursday for the Jumpstart Foundry Investor Day at Houston Station. Jumpstart Foundy is a business incubator and provided an opportunity for looking start ups to have the attention and presence of potential investors.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Nashville_Photographer_NM33 About 400 people gathered Thursday for the Jumpstart Foundry Investor Day at Houston Station. Jumpstart Foundy is a business incubator and provided an opportunity for looking start ups to have the attention and presence of potential investors. Photography by Nathan Morgan
LeShane Greenhill, and co-founder Raj Menon brainstorm branding with members of the advisory board to their company Sagents Partners LLC. "If you choose the right people you get individuals who compensate for your weaknesses," said Greenhill of the advisory board, "It keeps you accountable."

Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM34 LeShane Greenhill, and co-founder Raj Menon brainstorm branding with members of the advisory board to their company Sagents Partners LLC. "If you choose the right people you get individuals who compensate for your weaknesses," said Greenhill of the advisory board, "It keeps you accountable." Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
LeShane Greenhill, co-founder Raj Menon and members of the advisory board to their company Sagents Partners LLC. "If you choose the right people you get individuals who compensate for your weaknesses," said Greenhill of the advisory board, "It keeps you accountable."

Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM35 LeShane Greenhill, co-founder Raj Menon and members of the advisory board to their company Sagents Partners LLC. "If you choose the right people you get individuals who compensate for your weaknesses," said Greenhill of the advisory board, "It keeps you accountable." Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Nashville Rescue Mission director Glen Cranfield says homeless services need to be downtown where transportation and other services, including the library are located. Businesses in the area argue that the mission curtails opportunities in SoBro.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM36 Nashville Rescue Mission director Glen Cranfield says homeless services need to be downtown where transportation and other services, including the library are located. Businesses in the area argue that the mission curtails opportunities in SoBro. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Marty Reed, CEO of Randa Solutions, enjoys seeing that "little bulb on someones head." "Anytime I get to see that, I know I've done something exciting," said Reed.
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM37.jpg Marty Reed, CEO of Randa Solutions, enjoys seeing that "little bulb on someones head." "Anytime I get to see that, I know I've done something exciting," said Reed. Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Jack Bovender
Most admired CEO awards
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM38 Jack Bovender Most admired CEO awards Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business JournalDr. Wayne Riley, president of Meharry Medical College
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM39 Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business JournalDr. Wayne Riley, president of Meharry Medical College Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
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Bill Lee CEO of LEE Company
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     ||     Annual report photographer Nathan Morgan Photography in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. Business Portraits + Corporate Photography + Executive Portraits + Corporate Branding + Editorial Portraits in TN + LA Annual Report Photography Nashville_Photographer_NM41.jpg Bill Lee CEO of LEE Company Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal || Annual report photographer Nathan Morgan Photography in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. Business Portraits + Corporate Photography + Executive Portraits + Corporate Branding + Editorial Portraits in TN + LA Annual Report Photography
Jeff Cogen, CEO of the Predators, is a former Ringling Bros. Advanceman. He traveled ahead of the circus to set up shows and participated in animal parades in cities throughout the southeast, including Nashville
Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM42 Jeff Cogen, CEO of the Predators, is a former Ringling Bros. Advanceman. He traveled ahead of the circus to set up shows and participated in animal parades in cities throughout the southeast, including Nashville Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Native Magazine founders Angelique Pittman, Jon Pittman, Cayla Mackey and Dave Pittman have just completed their 7th issue.  In addition to their unofficial motto, "Making Nashville awesomer," the four said they wanted to share local stories to creative community of Nashville    Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal Nashville_Photographer_NM43 Native Magazine founders Angelique Pittman, Jon Pittman, Cayla Mackey and Dave Pittman have just completed their 7th issue. In addition to their unofficial motto, "Making Nashville awesomer," the four said they wanted to share local stories to creative community of Nashville Nathan Morgan | Nashville Business Journal
Bob Eisenstein, age 96, has been in the real estate business for about half a century is currently a broker with Robin Realty Company LLC.  "The main thing is to keep active.... I don't want to sit down and just gestate," said Eisenstein who credits his interest in real estate, people, and regular exercise to his perservance as a working professional. In his early days Eisenstein showed his share of properties but when customers began to talk about their grandparents and great grandparents "to make conversation," he transitioned to a broker.
Photography by Nathan Morgan Annual Report Photography + Corporate portraits + Editorial Photographer Bob Eisenstein, age 96, has been in the real estate business for about half a century is currently a broker with Robin Realty Company LLC. "The main thing is to keep active.... I don't want to sit down and just gestate," said Eisenstein who credits his interest in real estate, people, and regular exercise to his perservance as a working professional. In his early days Eisenstein showed his share of properties but when customers began to talk about their grandparents and great grandparents "to make conversation," he transitioned to a broker. Photography by Nathan Morgan
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