Eric Draper served as President Bush’s chief photographer for
the entire eight years of his presidency, photographing him daily
in his activities at the office, abroad and in his personal life.
Draper was named Special Assistant to the President, and is the
first White House photographer to be named a commissioned
officer to a U.S. president. Also during his tenure, Draper
directed the photographic and archival conversion of the White
House Photo Office from film to digital and took nearly 1
million photos documenting the presidency.
Based in Albuquerque
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