DAVID HUME KENNERLY - Storyteller
Pulitzer prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly talks about why photography is visual storytelling. This video includes a look back at his years covering the war in Vietnam, for which he won the Pulitzer, as White House photographer for President Gerald Ford and his long career covering the stories that have shaped history. Kennerly also looks forward at the work he is doing now, telling the stories of private organizations and nonprofits. Produced and edited by Todd Hillman's Hollywood Media Services, with footage from a Today Show profile, Jules & Gideon Naudet, and Red Thread Productions.
Classic Kennerly Gallery
View the all-new Classic Kennerly gallery, containing fifty of Kennerly's best known images. And, exclusively on this site, Kennerly has recorded audio captions and observations for each image. Just click on the audio link and turn up the sound!
Announcing the new, improved Kennerly.com, and its official arrival into the 21st Century! We have retired the first iteration of Kennerly.com, and donated it to the Smithsonian Institution as an excellent example of one of the first comprehensive photographer’s websites to appear on the internet. The new site is designed and built by the amazing Kristina Romero at KR Media & Designs. Almost everything on this site is new, including ... My new BLOG. Starting Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, all of my rants, daily photos and upcoming event alerts will be posted on the blog. Don't worry, new posts will show up on my Facebook and Twitter feeds, but the central hub will be the blog!