Columnist Maureen Dowd Talks to Photographer Diana Walker Regarding Powerful Hillary Clinton Photographs
|Photograph by Diana Walker for Time.|
In the New York Times op-ed column "State of Cool," Maureen Dowd discusses how one iconic photograph of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has endowed Clinton with "Clint Eastwood cool."
Time Photographer Diana Walker, who took the black and white photo of Clinton on a C-17 flight last fall from Malta to Tripoli, told Dowd she got a letter from a young woman, a friend of her son’s, who said she stared at the image for a long time. “It truly sent chills down my spine,” the woman wrote, “and I immediately shared it with my daughter because of the power it portrayed.”
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Photographer Diana Walker has been a contract photographer for Time magazine since 1979. She served as one of Time’s White House photographers during the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton administrations.
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