This week I was asked by Mormon Newsroom to capture a visit by President Trump to Welfare Square in Salt Lake City, Utah where he met with leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This visit extends a tradition of US Presidents meeting with Church leadership as they travel through Utah.
Welfare Square is one of dozens of locations across the world that provide food at not cost to needy families and individuals. Volunteers and some employees at these facilities produce bakery, dairy, pasta and canned goods.
One of the unexpected highlights of the day was meeting the White House videographer. The White House has two full time videographers that follow the President daily. This work dates back to the Reagan Administration and I've research and used the footage in the past for documentary projects. It was interesting to talk to the videographer and learn about the process they have in place to capture, log and eventually deliver the footage of the President to his future Presidential Library.
Here is the video news release I put together with Mormon Newsroom and a few photos from the visit.