Episode 150 - Sharon Farmer, White House Photojournalist
Think Humanities Podcasts
On this very special episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman is joined by Sharon Farmer, White House photographer and photojournalist who covered the Clinton Presidency. She shares about her career, stories from her years in the White House, and what she's learned as a photojournalist.Ms. Farmer is part of an upcoming panel discussion with award-winning photographers Ryan Morris, Paul Morse and Chris Usher entitled “Through the Lens: Campaign Photography in a Digital World.” The discussion will examine the role visuals play in campaigns and whether digital imagery serves as a reliable source of information. The virtual discussion is hosted by Transylvania University and Kentucky Humanities, with additional funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and will take place at 7 p.m. on September 23 and can be watched live on Transylvania's website and Kentucky Humanities' Youtube channel.
Episode 1.1 - Sharon Farmer on Photographing Presidents
The Show Me Podcast
Former director of White House Photography and photojournalism pioneer Sharon Farmer joins Geoff Livingston for a fascinating discussion about photographing United States Presidents. Sharon Farmer led the Clinton White House with its photography, and was the first African American and first woman in her position serving the President.