"Being a photographer is the best job in the world. Other people go to the office. I go to the Oval Office, sleep in an ice cave on a glacier and fly to the Miss Universe pageant in Donald Trump's plane. I'm not afraid of any photographic challenge. Coming from a news background, I've learned to go into any situation, decide what the
picture is and get it."
Kevin T. Gilbert's career is legendary: Fourteen years with The Washington Times (five as chief photographer); five-time president of the White House News Photographers' Association (he won over 35 WHNPA awards); founder/professor of Corcoran College of Art and Design's photojournalism course. He leapt into digital photography, founding (with photographic friends) the wildly successful Blue Pixel digital imaging education group, and shooting stills for "Eco-Challenge", "The Contender" and "The Apprentice."