VIETNAM - - 1973: Photographer David Hume Kennerly behind a shell-pocked wall, Vietnam, 1973. Courtesy of David Hume Kennerly

"Kennerly’s presentations are highly educational, entertaining and inspirational. His photographs are extraordinary. Kennerly spirits us away on a magical journey through many major events of our time, and along the way we become intimately acquainted with the leaders at the center of the big decisions, and the people affected by them."
– Mark Updegrove, Director, The LBJ Library

Selected Keynote and Speaking Engagements:

Guest lecturer – Stanford University, University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication, Harvard’s Kennedy School, Savannah College of Art and Design, Lacoste France 2007, Hong Kong 2010, Brooks Institute, Syracuse University.

Keynote speaker – Frequent appearances for Bank of America, including National and International Boards of Advisors; Student Leaders Summit. Eddie Adams Workshop 2000 – present; International Center for Photography, Gerald R. Ford Museum, Home of the Free Student Photojournalism Project, CEO Summit.

Guest speaker – Boston Museum of Fine Art, LBJ Library conference on Vietnam, Newseum, Annenberg Space for Photography, Entertainment Gathering, Monterey and Aspen Ideas Festival, Photo Fusion Workshop, Canon Tech Expo. Canon Explorer of Light presenter at numerous venues across America - ongoing

Moderator – World Press Photo - Moderated conversation among award winners. White House Photographers at the LBJ Library, The Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum