Tracey Eaton is an award-winning journalist and visual storyteller. He has worked throughout Latin America and is a former Fulbright scholar in Ecuador.
Eaton headed Dallas Morning News bureaus in Mexico and Cuba from 1994 to 2005. He investigated corruption and organized crime in Mexico and along the U.S.-Mexico border, and covered the fighting in Afghanistan after the Sept. 11 attacks.
His stories have appeared in hundreds of online media outlets and more than 100 U.S., Canadian and Latin American newspapers.
Eaton has produced and sold videos to NBC News and other media outlets. One of his videos lit up the facades of UNESCO’s Paris headquarters. Still another drew 34 million views on YouTube.
His freelance journalism clients have included NBC News, USA Today, Tampa Bay Times, Newsweek, the South Florida Sun Sentinel and the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting. He has also written stories for Insider, the fourth largest digital media brand in the U.S. with an audience of more than 375 million.