OVER 30 YEARS, Tony Winton has covered some of the world's most important news events in both words and images. An award-winning veteran of The Associated Press, his storytelling skills earned multiple national and state awards. He is the founder of KEY CONTENT.
After assignments ranging from wars, presidential elections, major trials and compelling human interest stories, he now develops premium content for a variety of clients who insist on clear, fast, and compelling stories for their organizations.
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Clearing Storm, Cambria
Scene at sunrise as Pacific Tropical Storm Dolores pulled away. Fuji Velvia 100.
Scarecrow, Tannersville NY
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VIDEO: AP Reporter: Haiti a Scene of Tragedy, Desperation
Fence, Half Moon Bay
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Father and Child, Paris
Seine River, Paris
VIDEO: Emotions Collide As Woman Learns Adoption Truth
Independence Day, Key Biscayne
Ship Railing, Italy
Lion Fountain, Rome
VIDEO: Costly Effort To Block Cubans From US
Canada, Late Fall
VIDEO: Dogs Working With Drones to Save Avocados
Ripening Harvest, Napa
Woman On Bridge, Paris
Woman with French Bread, Paris
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A GRADUATE of Florida International University, Cheryl fell in love with the magic of photography with her first trip to a traditional film darkroom.
Today, she focuses on engaging portraits, where she supervises a national high-end boutique photography firm with locations across the United States.
"Every portrait has the power to speak much more than mere identification," says Raddatz, whose commercial work has included portraits of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and top international tennis stars. "I work to bring out the mood of a moment," she says.
Meg Porter Berns
EMMY WINNING VETERAN producer and writer, Meg Porter Berns has covered top Hollywood stars including Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Liam Neeson, Anne Hathaway, Matthew McConaughey, Chris Hemsworth, Denzel Washington, Vin Diesel and many others. She has also been head of her own independent production company and has three decades of experience working for a wide variety of commercial and professional clients. She currently produces for WSVN-TV's Deco Drive broadcast.
Meg says she often looks to bring out the humor and fun in the stories, even with the most serious of subjects, "When you've got them smiling, you're halfway home," she says.