This Collector's Edition of Barbara Kinney's #StillWithHer includes a print autographed by Hillary Clinton.
Renowned photojournalist Barbara Kinney was entrusted by Sec. Clinton personally with rare and exclusive access to document her historic campaign for president. This book is presented for those who were inspired by her, those who carry forward her life's work in the mass activism we've witnessed since 2016, and those who will someday celebrate the obliteration of all glass ceilings by looking back at one of the most persistent and resilient champions of that cause. Intimate, moving, and visually stunning, #StillWithHer contains many never-before-seen photographs and the stories behind them.
The Collector's Edition comes with a custom box, fine art print, and book, each numbered identically with the book and print signed by Hillary Rodham Clinton. The Collector's Edition box, which converts into an elegant book stand, is handmade by craftsmen in Chicago of Birdseye maple with ebony splining and a luxurious brown leather. This exclusive work of art is limited to just 200 copies. **For each Collector’s Edition sold a donation of $500 will be made to Onward Together**
Barbara Kinney is an award-winning photojournalist who has worked closely with the Clintons for more than 25 years. First as an official White House photographer during Bill Clinton's presidency and then as Sec. Clinton's official campaign photographer both in 2008 and during her historic presidential bid in 2016. In between stints in the White House or on the campaign trail, Barbara continued to work closely with the Clintons as a photographer for the Clinton Foundation as well as photographing Chelsea Clinton's wedding. Barbara's work has been prominently featured in countless publications including TIME, Newsweek, and People to name a few. Her clients include The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The Nike Foundation, CARE, and the Eastern Congo Initiative. Earlier in her career, Barbara worked as a photo editor at USA Today, Reuters, The Seattle Times, and MSNBC.com. Presently, she is a senior photo editor and photographer with the Emerson Collective. Barbara lives in Marin County with her 13-year-old daughter and their two cats.