Joe Fry, who currently serves as KTXS assignment editor and photographer, has worked at KTXS for 13 years.
Joe began his career with KTXS in 2001 as a photographer and continues in that role today.
In 2006, Joe and KTXS main anchor Wayne McCormick won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for their coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Joe has over a dozen Associated Press awards, including individual photography, spot news story, and deadline editing.
He started out as a news intern at KRBC in 1995. He graduated from Hardin-Simmons University with a degree in behavioral science in May of 1996. He became a full time photographer at KRBC in April of 1996 and was promoted to chief photographer at KRBC in 1998.
Joe is also a graduate of the reknowned National Press Photographers Association Shoot and Edit workshop held every year in Oklahoma.
Joe spends his free time with his wife of 20 years, Tiffany, and running their daughter, Maddie, from softball field to soccer field.