Robert McNeely is an American photojournalist and Vietnam veteran. He chronicled President Clinton’s march to the White House. For the next six years, each morning he would shoot in black and white (other members of the White House photo staff shot in color), in order to make a historic record of virtually every meeting, every detail of the president’s daily life.
In 1998, McNeely left his job at the White House to set up a project to document the 2000 political race. From Republicans to Democrats to Reform Party candidates, Bob has spent most of the past year on the road covering them all. His exhibit, “The Clinton Years” documents McNeely?s photographs of President Clinton. The book on this project has been released by Callaway.
Source- Digital Journalist http://digitaljournalist.org/issue0011/mcneely_intro.html