Photo journalist, Christy Bowe talks about the business of taking photos of Presidents, World leaders, and celebrities.

Guest Biography

Christy Bowe is one of the few women still photographers who has covered five consecutive administrations at The White House, photographing eight presidential inaugurations, the confirmation hearings of eight US Supreme Court Justices and two presidential impeachments. She has captured heroes, sages, celebrities and royalty, glamorous galas and the pomp of ceremony, the horrific events of 9/11, the fervor of political protests and social unrest, the madness of events at the January 6 Insurrection and the ebb & flow toll of political power. In EYES THAT SPEAK: One Woman News Photographer’s Journey with History Makers, she offers readers an intimate view of the White House and its power players through her lens.

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In this episode, you'll learn:

  • The importance of finding a mentor
  • The business of being an independent photojournalist
  • Stories about Presidents, movie stars, and the Dalai Lama.

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