Pete Souza

Former Official Chief White House Photographer, and author of “Obama: An Intimate Portrait.”

Former Chief Official Chief White House Photographer, and author of “Obama: An Intimate Portrait.”

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Pete Souza has taken nearly two million photos of former President Barack Obama -- from when Obama was in the Situation Room the night Bin Laden was killed, to meetings with world…

Pete Souza on photographing President Obama

Pete Souza has taken nearly two million photos of former President Barack Obama -- from when Obama was in the Situation Room the night Bin Laden was killed, to meetings with world…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Pete Souza, the Chief Official White House Photographer during the Obama years - has   a new book  of photos out.

Pete Souza reflects on 8 years of being Obama’s White House photographer

Pete Souza, the Chief Official White House Photographer during the Obama years - has   a new book of photos out.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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