Margo Cady


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Margo joined KAPP/KVEW in May of 2021 as a Photojournalist. She has a film background, having won awards at the Tri-City International Film Festival in 2019 and 2020. Her love of film started in 2007 when she was given an old camcorder and has been making short films around Tri-Cities ever since. She has filmed the Americans hockey games for the last two seasons and has partnered with several local creators and non-profit organizations to create commercials, documentaries, and short films over the last ten years. Margo has her Associates degree in Digital Cinematography and is currently working towards her Bachelor of Science at Full Sail University.

A life-long resident of Tri-Cities, Margo is excited to start her career as a Photojournalist in her hometown.


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