Bill Adler is a nationally recognized photographer specializing in imaging solutions for corporate, advertising and political applications. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, assignments are accepted worldwide. An accomplished portrait artist, he has photographed US Presidents, world leaders, industrialists and popular entertainers.

Sessions include:

Presidents George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Ted Turner, General Chuck Yeager, Ralph Reed, Alan Jackson, Steve Forbes, Senator Elizabeth Dole, Rupaul, Mandy Moore, Lady Margaret Thatcher, Newt Gingrich, Governor Carl Sanders, Sergio Zyman, Senator John McCain, NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Senator Zell Miller, Senator Johnny Isakson, John Wieland, Congressmen Bob Barr and John Linder, Senator Saxby Chambliss, Ambassador Donald McHenry, Labor Secretary Alexis Herman, Senator Sam Nunn, Donald Keough, Peter Ueberroth and many others.

In London
photo by David Rice


Photographed The Coca-Cola Company Board of Directors for their 2010, 2011, 2012 Annual Reports. Special setting with Coke Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent. See Article

Appointed (2008) by Governor Perdue to serve on the Georgia Council for the Arts

Appointed Official Photographer and Historian, 2000 Republican National Convention

Served as Official Photographer 1996 Republican National Convention, featured interview, National Public Radio's Marketplace.

Photographer, George W. Bush 2000 Presidential Campaign

Photographed national pet safety spread for Saab Cars USA

Chief Photographer, 1998 NAPA 500

Served as exclusive political photographer for Newt Gingrich. Over the course of
two and one half years documented his rise to Speaker, produced media pack
images, life size photo mannequin and historic photographs of his taking of oath to
become Speaker of the House. Full page of photographs in Lessions Learned The
Hard Way
(Harper Collins).

Campaign Photographer, 1992 Bush/Quayle Presidential Camapign
Assignments included traveling with the President in his private train car
to produce stills for The Whistle Stop Tour.

Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres
Spent 48 hours covering Atlanta visit for Israeli Consul General. Traveled in

Centennial Olympic Games
Special correspondent, Marietta Daily Journal. Received only set of credentials
allocated to the MDJ.

Mikhail Gorbachev
Covered historic Atlanta visit and meeting with President Carter for the Carter Center.

at the National Press Club
Washington, D.C.

enjoying lunch with New York
Mayor Rudy Giuliani after a session


George Hurrell
Helmut Newton
Edward Steichen
Edward Curtis
David Hume Kennerly
Life Magazine 1968-73
Dirck Halstead
Neil Leifer