Synopsis by Maggie Sadler
Documentarian Dawn Porter explores the life and career of Pete Souza, who once held the critical and strikingly intimate position of Chief Official White House Photographer. Candid interviews with Souza and his acquaintances reveal the depth the position of photographer yields, as Souza was one of the only individuals on the White House staff to possess complete, uninhibited access to the President and his family. Featuring interviews with White House intimates Doris Kearns Goodwin, Ben Rhodes, and Ferial Govashiri.
African-American, photographer, photography, photojournalist, US-Presidents, White-House