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Friday, August 15 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Recording history through the viewfinder

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Learn how to cover political scenes visually. Join us in this amazing group of award-winning photojournalists who are always on tight­ deadlines making stunning photographs to tell some of the most important political stories in the country.


Kiichiro Sato

Central Photo Editor, Associated Press
(@apksato) Kiichiro Sato is Associated Press’ U.S. regional photo editor who oversees the report and photo operations of 14 states in the central United States. Sato joined AP in 2005 as administrative photo editor in Columbus, Ohio. The following year, he became news editor for photos, overseeing five states. He then transferred to Chicago in 2009 as U.S. regional photo editor for the central region.


Charles Dharapak

Staff Photojournalist, Associated Press
(@Dharapak) Charles Dharapak is an Associated Press staff photojournalist based in Washington, D.C. Since 2003 he has covered the Bush and Obama White House, national politics, and the 2004, 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns. He joined the AP in 1995 as a staff photographer based in Southeast Asia. While based in Bangkok he covered the Cambodian civil war and the pro-democracy movement in Burma. He later became AP’s chief photographer... Read More →

Brendan Smialowski

Freelance Photojournalist
(@b_smialowski) Brendan Smialowski is a Washington, D.C.­based photojournalist. He has spent the majority of his 15­-year career as a freelancer, focusing largely on news but also sports, disaster and conflict. As with many Washington­based photojournalists, his work often revolves around politics, and he routinely travels with leaders such as the president of the United States.

Alex Wong

Staff Photojournalist, Getty Images
(@alexwongcw) Alex Wong is a staff photographer at Getty Images based in Washington, D.C. He covers U.S. politics, including the White House and Capitol Hill. Born and raised in Hong Kong, he never knew that photojournalism could be a profession until he graduated from secondary school and had his first newspaper job as a darkroom assistant.

Friday August 15, 2014 10:00am - 10:50am
Meeting Room 13, Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown 999 Ninth St. NW, Washington, DC 20001

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