Tony Azios is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and journalist. Currently based in Guam, he has filmed and/or reported in China, Cuba, Ecuador, India, the Federated States of Micronesia, Mexico, South Korea, and the U.S.
Tony's professional media products span a wide variety of platforms, from print and radio to video and photography. His work has been featured by PBS's FRONTLINE, Link TV, The Christian Science Monitor, PRI's The World, Melcher Media, Maryland Public Television, The Investigative Reporting Workshop, Agenda Magazine, The Kaselehlie Press, The Guam Daily Post, and others. His films have received three Regional Emmy Awards and a CINE Golden Eagle Award, and screened at a variety of festivals, including the BLUE Ocean Film Festival, American Conservation Film Festival, Alexandria Film Festival, DC's Environmental Film Festival, Miami International Film Festival, Indie Film Festival, Los Angeles Cine Fest, VISIONS, and the Ekotopfilm Festival in Slovakia.
In 2013, Tony was awarded an MFA in Film & Electronic Media (focus: documentary film production) from American University's School of Communication. He also possesses a BA in International Studies from Manhattan College, with minors in History and Journalism.