by Diana Walker
Hardcover, 199 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $40 |
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Presents thirty years of photographs taken of the press, political figures, presidents, celebrities, and parties and featuring interviews with Madeleine Allbright, Steve Jobs, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Hillary Clinton.
November 6, 2007 For two decades, Diana Walker was the White House photographer for Time magazine, clicking her camera through five administrations. Walker's new book is filled with portraits that go far beyond the usual "photo ops."
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