Cheltenham grads Theron Louis, Ayanna Clark take home several Emmys at Mid-Atlantic Regionals

Cheltenham High School alumni Theron Louis, Class of 2011, and Ayanna Clark, Class of 2014, recently took home several Emmy Awards at the 41st annual Mid-Atlantic Regional awards ceremony of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences held at the Lancaster Marriott on October 14.

Clark, an award-winning NBC10 Philadelphia news producer, won in the Morning Newscast category for her production of the “Phillies World Series Run.” She is a 2018 graduate of Temple University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Klein College of Media and Communication. For more on her career, you can click here.

Louis, a station WHYY-PBS cinematographer, won awards for a historical report on “The African-American Heritage Museum of Southern, New Jersey,” a lifestyle piece on the “Inclusive Vintage of Philly’s Historic Fabric Row,” and a program entitled, “You Oughta Know: Philly Area Museums Educate, Entertain and Inspire.”

Louis is a 2015 graduate of Penn State where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Cinematography and Film/Video Production.

For more on his career, you can click here. For a glimpse of his cinematography featuring the Cheltenham High School football program, you can watch below.

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