Sharon Farmer knows what it's like not only to witness history but photograph it. As director of White House photography during the Clinton-Gore administration, Sharon captured many of the enduring images of the time: the famous handshake between late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat; the First Couple watching the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery with John Glenn; and Nelson Mandela being sworn in as president of South Africa.
After the White House, she photographed John Kerry's presidential campaign. Today Farmer works as a freelancer in the Washington, DC area, photographing everything from nonprofits to the WNBA Washington Mystics.
Farmer will share her experiences as a White House photographer on our October Free Photo Webinar. Bring your questions and come ready to learn more about her life photographing history.