Brief Biographies of Jane Adams and D. Gorton
D. GORTON is a photographer from Greenville, Mississippi. He joined SNCC, the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, in1963, while at Ole Miss. He later went on to the Philadelphia Inquirer as Chief Photographer. He joined the New York Times and was transferred to the White House beat where he photographed the Carter and Reagan administrations. He was a senior editor in "A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union", "special" photographer for films such as "Glory", "A River Runs Through It", "Eight Men Out" and "Fried Green Tomatoes", and worked for Sony, Warner Bros,. and other music companies on albums. He is currently involved in photographing the "social landscape of agriculture: cotton, tobacco and corn."