Former Chief White House photographer Pete Souza, on how he landed the coveted position as Chief White House photographer for President Obama, the skills and sacrifice required to be a White House photographer, and how the job has evolved in the age of social media.
Bloomberg Businessweek Creative Director Rob Vargas, on what goes into making the magazine’s provocative covers, how he handles sensational and sensitive subject matter, and why acknowledging that he was always going to come up with terrible ideas opened up his way of thinking.
The bright side of taking an alternative course is that it allows you to pick up overlooked jewels other people haven’t picked up. Self-taught photographer Daniel Oduntan knows this well from navigating the daily challenges of living and creating with dyslexia.
For 20 years, Mira Nakashima singularly focused on mastering the craft of woodworking alongside her father, her perfectionist teacher. After finally taking over the family’s studio, she looks back and answers the question: Was the sacrifice worth it?