Sevier alum bringing ‘selfie studio’ to Pigeon Forge | Business

PIGEON FORGE — A growing trend across the country is an interactive, museum-like experience called a “selfie studio.”

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Selfie Hangout will invite guests on a self-guided photography tour through dozens of themed rooms.

Bringing this business to life are Brittany Gammon and her husband, Daniel. The couple and their three children currently reside in Murfreesboro, where they have operated a successful construction company for nearly a decade.

Brittany is a 2003 graduate of Sevier County High School. After relocating to attend Middle Tennessee State University, she became a permanent Murfreesboro resident, but said a piece of her heart is still in the Smokies.

“I still consider Sevier County ‘home,’ in a way, and my extended family still live here,” said Gammon. “We have discussed opening a business in the area for quite some time and are excited to now be part of this business community.”

Set to open next month, Selfie Hangout, will ensure that you create those “insta-worthy” photos and memories for the whole family. With its intimate venue, the studio will be one of only a small number of attractions that offer a semi-private experience with general admission.

“People love taking photos and, today, they’re looking for that perfect Instagram picture or TikTok video,” said Gammon. “Everything is set up for you to come be yourself and capture those fun moments.”

Selfie Hangout will be at 2628 Teaster Lane, across from The Mountain Mile. Visit for a complete FAQ list and additional details.

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