Theo emery (Theodore Emery) is a freelance journalist and writer in the Washington, DC area. He lives in Washington, D.C with his wife. His work was featured in the popular publications like The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Time, AP, CQ, The Tennessean and others. He is a husband of well-known American television journalist Audie Cornish.
In 1994, Theo emery graduated from Standford University. After that, he has attended MFA in creative Non-Fiction from Goucher College in 2014. Besides this, his early life has been a mystery since no information is available on it.
Theo emery is a Globe Washington correspondent. He was also appeared on NPR and WBUR in Boston. He states: “He is a freelance reporter in the Washington, DC since 15 years” in his freelancer detail. And over this period of time, he has covered several fields such as breaking news, features, politics and government, health care and other beats. In his career, he published his work on various leading news publications including Time.com, AP, CQ, The Boston Globe and The Associated Press.
Many people appreciates his work. He write news and reports, compose articles, and publish a blog on his personal blog – hottype.typepad.com.
In recent days, he has started writing a book and working on “Hellfire Boys: The Untold History of Soldiers, Scientists, and America’s First Race for Weapons of Mass Destruction” which will be available in November, 2017. You can pre-order his book in Amazon.com.
Theo Emery is a husband of American Black Journalist Audie Cornish. They were in a relationship for a year. After that they get married in a private ceremony. Their friends attended their marriage ceremony. There is no any information regarding their children and no rumors about their relationship.
Emery has attended White House State Dinner on March 10, 2016, along with his beautiful wife.
You can follow Theo Emery on his Twitter account.
Emery’s wife Audie Cornish
Audie Cornish is an American radio and television Journalist. She is a popular host of All Things Considered, TV show, along with her co-host Robert Siegel, Ari Shapiro, and Kelly McEvers. She was also appeared in NPR and WBUR (Boston’s award-winning public radio station). In 2005, she earned a first prize in the National Awards for Education Writing for “Reading, Writing, and Race”.
Cornish is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. She was also featured in coverage role of the Democratic National Convention in Denver. She has also served as a reporter in Boston for the Associated Press.