White House photographer Pete Souza this week released an album of his favorite photos of the year of President Barack Obama. In an interview with Bloomberg's Al Hunt on “Charlie Rose” on Dec. 22, Souza discussed how he approaches his job as a fly on the wall of the commander-in-chief's life. As Hunt said, Souza “probably sees the president of the United States more than the first lady, his children, or his chief of staff” (and certainly more than the White House press corps—sometimes to the chagrin of news photographers).
Here is Hunt's conversation with Souza, along with several of the photographs he discussed or chose for this year's album.
'I'm always looking for different angles'
'Call it the Shake Shack slide'
Lights, camera, action
From Ferguson to the Oval Office
Underneath the mistletoe
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