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Tony Lee Glenn (born February 3, 1964) is a graphic designer, video producer, writer, photographer, documentarian, audio engineer, musician, artist, and outdoorsman who resides in Burke County, Western North Carolina. He is currently a full-time marketing consultant for Mission Health System in Asheville, NC, serving the system's nationally recognized heart program, diabetes program, pulmonology and wound healing. He previously served as a web designer for Carolinas HealthCare System's corporate digital team. From January, 2002 until December, 2013 he functioned as primary internet designer, print designer, audiovisual producer, and feature/news writer for Blue Ridge HealthCare (BRHC), centered in Morganton, NC. During his time there, the BRHC Marketing Department functioned as a regional marketing group providing marketing services for Cleveland County HealthCare System, centered in Shelby, NC. Glenn therefore performed all the same web, video and print duties for the Cleveland County Hospitals as well.

Since 1993, Glenn has also worked as a successful free-lance graphics professional under the name Valley Graphics & Video Production. His freelance work centers in greater Catawba Valley of North Carolina, including Charlotte, Hickory, Newton-Conover, Valdese, Morganton, Taylorsville, Statesville, Gastonia and other surrounding areas. Due to his popular YouTube channel, his freelance projects have expanded to include projects and clients from all corners of the United States.

Glenn has won numerous awards both regionally and nationally for writing, print graphics, photography, audio production and video production. Many of the awards have been given by the Carolinas Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing (CHPRMS) Organization. He has also won American InHouse Design and Aster awards.

Glenn's b-roll video work featured prominently in a national PBS documentary "The Aging Of America" hosted by Paula Zahn

His documentary videos about Burke County, NC are featured daily on public access cable in Burke County, and on the Youtube Channel Discover Burke County.

His video blogging on a variety of topics including gardening, graphic design, video technology, hiking, exploration and product reviews can be seen at his primary Youtube Channel.

His fascination with multi-camera live music concert video is seen particularly on his secondary Youtube Channel. He has shot, edited and produced dozens of videos for nationally touring Led Zeppelin Tribute band ZOSO, Shane Pruitt Band, Big Daddy Love, Christian artists Newsboys and other regional acts.

In 2000 Glenn wrote, performed and produced an independent music CD of original songs entitled "Circles of Heartache" with his group, the Heapin' Helpin' Band. The group was invited to compete in the national battle of bands at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH that same year, but did not win. Cuts from the CD can be heard on Tony Lee Glenn's Reverbnation page.