Tony Mottley is an Emmy awarding producer, editor, and photographer. His career in broadcasting started as a talk show producer in radio with WDET, Detroit’s National Public Radio affiliate.
Mottley received an Emmy in 1992 for his PBS City For Youth documentary, “Marvin’s Story” which detailed a teenage gang member’s quest to develop a violence prevention program in the neighborhood where he once sold drugs. He also won an Emmy for the 2006 documentary “Toxic City: Lead and The Fight for Environmental Justice. Mottley has been nominated for twelve Emmy awards.