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DAVID HUME KENNERLY, PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHER

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When he was a mere-25-year-old UPI photographer, David Hume Kennerly won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for his photos of the Vietnam War and the Ali-Frazier figh, one of the youngest people to ever receive that honor. Two years later he was appointed President Gerald R. Ford’s personal White House photographer. Wednesday, January 28, 3 pm ET, the iconic imagemaker will join Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for an intimate conversation.

Named “One of the Most 100 Most Important People in Photography” by American Photo Magazine, Kennerly was a contributing editor for Newsweek, and a contributing photographer for Time and Life magazines. He has published several books of his work, SHOOTER, PHOTO OP, SEINOFF: THE FINAL DAYS OF SEINFELD, PHOTO DU JOUR, and most recently, EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES: THE PRESIDENCY OF GERALD R. FORD. He is a producer and one of the principle photographers OF BARACK OBAMA: THE OFFICIAL INAUGURAL BOOK. His latest book is David Hume Kennerly On the iPhone. He recently produced “The Presidents’ Gatekeepers,” a four-hour documentary about White House chiefs of staff that ran on The Discovery Channel. Kennerly serves on the Board of Trustees of the Gerald R. Ford Foundation, and the Atlanta Board of Visitors of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). His archive is housed at the Center for American History at the University of Texas, Austin.

Pulitzer Prize winning photographer David Hume Kennerly for the hour on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. Let’s talk Wednesday, January 28, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

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