Steve Jobs: Portrait In a Private Light

Diana Walker did a fascinating portrait on Steve Jobs.

Diana was TIME magazine’s White House photographer for twenty years, where she “captured intimate moments with five presidents”

Diana says this of Steve Jobs –

He was so much fun because he was so quick—he was such a fast study. You showed him anything and he could get it in a second. I was always fascinated by his design sense. It was wonderful because he liked my pictures.

I really will miss his inventiveness, his ideas, his eyes—and how bright he was all over. He had some kind of electricity about him. He was very, very focused in the office. He demanded a lot of people who worked for him. I’m sure Steve wasn’t the easiest person to work for, but what a fascinating person to work for.

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