If there one photographer’s name who’s popped up a lot over the years, it’s Pete Souza. He was the official White House photographer for both Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama, and he shot for the Chicago Tribune for many of the intervening years. Despite a long career already, at 65 years old he’s not giving up yet, having recently put out another new book.
In this live-streamed interview, Chase Jarvis spends an hour and a quarter talking to Pete about his career and the adventures he’s experienced along his journey – which has ended up taking a completely different direction to that which he originally intended.
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