Jan 27, 2017

Shealah Craighead is Trump's new chief photographer

Eric Draper

Craighead's resume:

  • Photo editor, Vice President Dick Cheney
  • Official White House Photographer, President George W. Bush
  • Photographer, First Lady Laura Bush's
  • Official campaign photographer, Sarah Palin 2008 presidential campaign
  • Freelance Photographer whose work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Associated Press, and Getty Images
  • Freelance Photographer for Vice President and Mrs. Joseph Biden, Florida Governor Rich Scott, and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson in her 2010 Texas Gubernatorial bid

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