President Biden and Vice President Harris have their own "Pete Souzas," and they're also working to create a visual archive of the new administration.
Why it matters: Photographers Adam Schultz, Lawrence Jackson and their colleagues have a number of social media sites that give a look at the president and vice president when the news media isn't present.
- Souza did the same for President Obama, creating a huge social media following for him and the White House.
- His legacy has continued with books and an MSNBC special, "The Way I See It."
Schultz photographed Biden throughout the 2020 campaign and now serves as the president's official photographer.
- Jackson fills the same role for the vice president, after photographing Harris during the general election campaign. He previously was an assistant photographer under Souza during the Obama administration.
- Schultz and Jackson are supported now by fellow official photographers Cameron Smith and Erin Scott.
You can follow their work on the following Instagram accounts:
Their photos also can be found on Flickr at the official White House site. The photographers use these personal accounts too: