Nationally-acclaimed photographer and best-selling writer Pete Souza, who photographed each President Ronald Reagan and President Barack Obama, can be talking at Lehigh on Feb. 6, in line with Lehigh Information.
The lecture, titled, “Obama: An Intimate Portrait,” will coincide with a solo exhibit of Souza’s pictures within the Fairchild-Martindale gallery. The free public speak can be held in Packard 101 at 5 p.m.
Earlier than Souza turned chief White Home photographer for the Obama Administration, Souza revealed “The Rise of Barack Obama” in July 2018, documenting Obama’s marketing campaign when he was a senator from Illinois by way of his unique entry.
Souza was the nationwide photographer for the Chicago Tribune of their Washington bureau. Whereas on the Tribune, Souza was one of many first journalists to cowl the autumn of Kabul, Afghanistan, after 9/11, and was a part of the employees to win the Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for reporting on the airline trade.
Souza revealed one of many best-selling pictures books of all time after “Obama: An Intimate Portrait” debuted at #1 on The New York Occasions best-selling listing. Souza adopted up with one other best-seller, “Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents,” which was revealed in October 2018 and depicts the contrasts between the Obama and Trump administrations by way of visible juxtapositions.
Now serving as a professor emeritus of visible communication at Ohio College, Souza has had his work seem in publications like Life, Fortune, Newsweek and U.S. Information & World Report.