From the daily archives: Wednesday, March 29, 2017

ATHENS – What’s it like to spend eight years in close company with the President of the United States, in the Oval Office, in the Situation Room, on helicopters in the dead of night secretly flying in and out of Iraq and Afghanistan?

Pete Souza provided exactly that insight during his first public speech about his work since serving as the chief White House photographer during President Barack Obama’s two terms in office.

Souza spoke Tuesday afternoon at Ohio University’s Schuneman Symposium for Photojournalism & News Media. The Baker Center Theater was so full for his talk that organizers set […]

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