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    • Pete Souza, previous White House photographer, 4 June, free https://tinyurl.com/tpssouza Via Instagram The Photo Society Presents Pete Souza on June 4, 2024 at 12:00PM ET (That seems to be 1600 BST, teatime in Exeter. ) This event is free and open to the public made possible with the support of our friends at MPB – The largest global platform to buy, sell and trade used photo and video gear. Please feel free to share the link https://tinyurl.com/tpssouza Pete Souza is best known for his work as the Chief Official White House Photographer for all eight years of the Obama administration. But during his career, he has also worked as a staff photojournalist for four newspapers; a freelance photographer for National Geographic, Life, and other publications; an official White House photographer during the Reagan administration; and an assistant professor at Ohio University, where he once taught a class that including the host of TPS Presents, Alex Snyder Souza’s book, Obama: An Intimate Portrait debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and is on its 11th printing. In 2020, Souza became the subject of a documentary film, The Way I See It. The film reveals how Souza transformed from a respected White House photographer and photojournalist to a searing commentator on the current political situation, i.e., the rise of Donald Trump. Nominated for an Emmy, the film premiered on MSNBC and became the highest rated program in MSNBC history. Souza also won the Critic's Choice Award for Most Compelling Living Subject of a documentary, probably because Julie Roberts once kissed him on the cheek. The talk will be followed with a Question-and-Answer session moderated by TPS Communications Director Alex Snyder. We’ll also be giving away a signed print by Pete! This event is free and open to the public. Please share the link https://tinyurl.com/tpssouza   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xT5f6WqySoGXflYPLKf6ag#/registration    https://tinyurl.com/tpssouza Via Instagram The Photo Society Presents Pete Souza on June 4, 2024 at 12:00PM ET (That seems to be 1600 BST, teatime in Exeter. ) This event is free and open to the public made possible with the support of our friends at MPB – The largest global platform to buy, sell and trade used photo and video gear. Please feel free to share the link https://tinyurl.com/tpssouza Pete Souza is best known for his work as the Chief Official White House Photographer for all eight years of the Obama administration. But during his career, he has also worked as a staff photojournalist for four newspapers; a freelance photographer for National Geographic, Life, and other publications; an official White House photographer during the Reagan administration; and an assistant professor at Ohio University, where he once taught a class that including the host of TPS Presents, Alex Snyder Souza’s book, Obama: An Intimate Portrait debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and is on its 11th printing. In 2020, Souza became the subject of a documentary film, The Way I See It. The film reveals how Souza transformed from a respected White House photographer and photojournalist to a searing commentator on the current political situation, i.e., the rise of Donald Trump. Nominated for an Emmy, the film premiered on MSNBC and became the highest rated program in MSNBC history. Souza also won the Critic's Choice Award for Most Compelling Living Subject of a documentary, probably because Julie Roberts once kissed him on the cheek. The talk will be followed with a Question-and-Answer session moderated by TPS Communications Director Alex Snyder. We’ll also be giving away a signed print by Pete! This event is free and open to the public. Please share the link https://tinyurl.com/tpssouza   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xT5f6WqySoGXflYPLKf6ag#/registration    

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