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Doug Mills

Doug Mills has worked for The New York Times since 2002. He was previously chief photographer for The Associated Press (AP) in Washington. He’s also worked for United Press International.

Mills won a Pulitzer Prize for photography when he was with AP for team coverage of the Clinton/Gore campaign and a second Pulitzer Prize for photography with AP for team coverage of the Clinton-Lewinsky affair. He is also a multiple awardee of the White House News Photographers Association.

Since 1983, Mills has covered The White House. Earlier this year, Mills was interviewed extensively by photographer Greg Gibson about what it’s like working at The White House. Gibson is an experienced photojournalist who himself has twice won a Pulitzer prize. In addition, Mills is physically at The White House during the video interviews so you can really get a sense of what it’s like to work in The White House.

You can see a sample of Mills’s superb images on Instagram. Mills shoots with the Sony A9. He was born in 1960 in Greensboro, North Carolina.