Looking back at the lifework of photographer John H. White
John H. White began working as a photographer in Chicago in the late '60s and collected hundreds of awards over the years including the Pulitzer Prize in 1982. The Gage Gallery at Roosevelt University, opens an exhibit this month showcasing his work as a photojournalist entitled, Faith, Focus, Flight: A John H. White Retrospective. It runs through December 20. John H. White joins us to talk about the exhibit and the faith that has informed his work and his life.