Bill Foster (KnoxBill Photos) is an award winning event, portrait, architectural and fine art photographer based in Knoxville, TN. His work has been published in the New York Times, USA Today, Rolling Stone, Wall St Journal, Garden and Gun, Oxford American, and Southern Living as well as every Knoxville based publication. His work is on display in the Knoxville Visitor's Center, the Sunsphere, and Preservation Pub on Market Square. He prides himself on offering quality photography at an affordable price point.

 KnoxBill Photos offers the following services:

Event Photography - Born out of a decade of shooting music festivals such as Bonnaroo, Big Ears, Forecastle and Rhythm and Roots, Bill prides himself on his ability to capture the essence of your event while remaining professional and unobtrusive. Award ceremonies, VIP dinners, red carpets, banquets, parties, etc.

Wedding Photography – Bill shoots a limited number of weddings a year. He tries his best to offer the simplest, stress free experience possible. No expensive packages or add ons. He will show up on time and offer quality, no-frills and most of all affordable photography of your special day and deliver all suitable images to you via digital transfer for you to print or use as you wish. No muss, no fuss.

Architectural and Real Estate Photography. Bill has photographed hundreds of buildings and homes in the Knoxville area. In addition to interior and exterior shots, he also flies a Phantom 4 Pro Drone to capture exquisite aerial images and show your home in its natural setting. Drone shots are included in the per home price.

Portrait photography – Band photos, family photos, senior photos, head shots, maternity shoots, etc.

Bill Foster was born in Savannah, GA and went to High School in Hagerstown, MD. In between, he attended 20 schools. Since then, he has been a swimmer, technician, firefighter and racquetball player in the Navy, worked at Food City, taught college courses on an aircraft carrier, edited a newspaper, installed nano-technology equipment in Siberia and Egypt and taught political science at the University of Tennessee.

Phone: 865-386-0785