Join us at the Clinton Center on November 16 for a conversation and book signing with award-winning photojournalist Barbara Kinney. Ms. Kinney has worked closely with the Clinton family for more than 25 years: first as an official White House photographer during President Clinton’s administration, and then as Secretary Clinton’s official campaign photographer in both 2008 and during her historic presidential bid in 2016. She will discuss her time working with the Clintons, as well as her new book, #StillWithHer: Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Moments that Sparked a Movement.
#StillWithHer Conversation and Book Signing with Photographer Barbara Kinney
Friday, November 16, 2018 | 6 p.m.
Clinton Presidential Center
If you were unable to attend the program, click here to watch a recording of the conversation.
Barbara Kinney is an award-winning photojournalist who has worked closely with the Clintons for more than 25 years. First as an official White House photographer during Bill Clinton's presidency and then as Hillary Clinton's official campaign photographer both in 2008 and during her historic presidential bid in 2016. In between stints in the White House or on the campaign trail, Barbara continued to work closely with the Clintons as a photographer for the Clinton Foundation as well as photographing Chelsea Clinton's wedding.
Barbara's work has been prominently featured in countless publications including TIME, Newsweek, and People to name a few. Her clients include The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The Nike Foundation, CARE, and the Eastern Congo Initiative. Earlier in her career, Barbara worked as a photo editor at USA Today, Reuters, The Seattle Times, and MSNBC.com. Presently, she is a senior photo editor and photographer with the Emerson Collective.
Barbara lives in Marin County with her 13-year-old daughter and their two cats.
About the book, #StillWithHer: Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Moments that Sparked a Movement: Before there were pink-eared knit protest caps, before a record number of women raised their hands to run for office, there was Hillary Rodham Clinton. For 19 months, starting with Clinton's declaration of her candidacy for president, women and girls dared to believe that experience and hard work would put a woman in the White House, at last. This is the insider's study of those heady, hard days told through the lens of Barbara Kinney, the photographer always at Clinton's side, and the words of those who pulled with her. This is an intimate portrait of one of the most resilient and inspirational leaders in American history. Foreword by Hillary Rodham Clinton with essays from Chelsea Clinton, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michelle Kwan, and many others.