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Snow in Knoxville, TN 2015 Round 4 . . .

Here is round four of inclement weather that has fallen in East TN. We woke up this morning with five inches of snow covering everything in sight . . . The snow seemed to be wet and was very nice to walk in; footing was definitely better when you stayed in the thick layer of snow as opposed to the slushy tire tracks on the roads. I hope you enjoy these photos and are staying warm today:)

Winter Ice Art 2015

Temperature was around 6 degrees while I was taking these photos at 8:15 AM on Thursday, February 19, 2015. I caught the light just after the sun had topped the ridge to our East here in South Knoxville. I shot photos for about 15 minutes and had to retreat back to the warm house because my exposed finger tips were starting to catch the the first painful feelings of frost bite. I think some of the photos reflect the sharp teeth of Mother Nature’s cold bite this morning. I hope you enjoy them and are nice and warm wherever you are today.

The Tomato Head Food Photography

I recently was hired again for some additional food photography by Mahasti Vafaie, owner of the Tomato Head Restaurants. . . here are some of the delectable options to try at the Tomato Head Restaurants found in two separate locations in Knoxville, TN. I was especially fond of the pizza topped with mushrooms and onions that I was fortunate enough to sample while working there. © 2015 Justin Fee

Covenant Kids Run at the Knoxville Zoo

I covered the Covenant Kids Run at the Knoxville Zoo on Saturday, Jan. 31, 201 for the Knoxville News Sentinel. The Zoo is always an exciting time and I estimated over 500 people turned out to participate in the fun run thru the Knoxville Zoo. This marked the beginning of a nearly 26.2 mile course the kids will have the opportunity to participate in during the weeks leading up to the official Covenant Health Run in April of this year. I hope you enjoy these images as it was also an adventure for me to cover this “wild,” beginning to a great idea to help kids stay positive about their health. © 2015 Justin Fee

From Selma to Ferguson

This was a great panel of speakers at a monthly meeting by a local Hip Hop group known as The Flow. I covered this relevant story for the Knoxville News Sentinel on Saturday January 25, 2015. I was amazed at the conversations and remarks of the people who have lived thru Selma and now Ferguson and the racial conflicts that exists in our great country. I am unbiased on these issues and know people do really incredible things to one another . . . I just try and treat everyone equally and expect the same for me. These images show how the young and the old are trying to get together and learn from each other.

Fresh 2 Order

These are a few of the images I did for a new restaurant in the Knoxville area . . . the theme here is super clean and healthy with a new twist on your restaurant experience.  

Family Portraits

Here is a sample of the family portrait session I did with a family in Tellico, TN last Friday…If your family would also like me to travel to you and bring outside lighting equipment to make perfectly lit photos at your place just let me know. I will be happy to capture the love