“Kurt – With great appreciation!”
“I’ve enjoyed Kurt’s creative energy, his positive and encouraging attitude, and his easy-going adaptability.”
“Thanks, Kurt. Let’s do it again!”
Whether he is capturing a spontaneous moment from Dolly and Amy, or documenting John Williams with the Nashville Symphony, Kurt’s goal is to preserve your important moments in photos and video.
Kurt Heinecke has been an invaluable resource for the Nashville Symphony. With his keen eye, top-quality equipment, attention to detail, and genuine appreciation for music and the arts, he's been able to capture some of the best photography we've seen in our venue. When photographing on site, he's able to work quickly and efficiently, all while capturing the very essence of the magic that happens in our venue night after night. And his care and skill with editing delivers results that we have come to rely on again and again as we are creating our marketing and PR materials.
Jonathan Marx | Chief Operating Officer, Nashville Symphony, 14-time GRAMMY Award winning recordings
Photography and Videography
Kurt’s passion for photography was a hobby for years, and earned him a ribbon at the county fair in junior high!!! 20 years ago, though, he was invited to help document the Chicago Airshow for pilots, and his skill and equipment quickly grew. Later he read every book he could get his hands on, and took an online course with renowned photographer Bryan Peterson. He then spent years with Meishach Wedding Photography, first as an assistant, then growing into a lead photographer role. Kurt now regularly photographs conventions, concerts, live events, and anything that needs professional documentation.
Regular ongoing clients include:
- The Nashville Symphony
- Premier Cruises and Events (20+ cruises)
- TBN studios
- KLOVE and Dove Awards
- Event photography- Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith
- Convention photography- Cisco, Mass Mutual Insurance, and Tom James Company
- Wedding photography and videography
Kurt captures photos and videos with 3 mirrorless bodies, an infrared body, a 3D camera, multiple GoPros, and over a dozen pro-level lenses. He also works with a variety of on and off-camera flash systems, lighting modifiers, and backdrops.