Chuck Wing is the director of photography for the Deseret News and is managing editor for cross-platform news, working as the coordination lead for DMC’s other media platforms. Chuck has worked for the Ogden Standard Examiner, the Phoenix Gazette, the Memphis Commercial Appeal and the Santa Fe New Mexican.

Our Deseret News photojournalists spent time up in Utah’s the mountains capturing the stunning array of colors.
Eagle Mountain celebrated the opening of not one, but two brand new fire stations that will serve the community.
2,977 flags have been carefully placed on the promenade to the south of city hall.
10 striking images showing the damage and destruction
Singers and musicians from all different backgrounds tried for a chance to present the National Anthem ahead of Jazz games at the Delta Center for the 2023-24 NBA season.
The damage over Southern California includes flooded out roads with lots of mud and debris, along with downed trees that have crushed homes and cars
Here’s a look back at 15 of our favorite photographs by the Deseret News photojournalists during the presidential visit to Salt Lake City.
Photos from the Associated Press reveal the extent of the damage.
419th Fighter Winter, Utah National Guard team up to fill Utah skies with flyovers.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reaches the year mark, here is a look back over the last 12 months of war and the stirring images captured by international photojournalists.
The sports world provides a visual bounty to behold. And once again, our Deseret News photojournalists didn’t disappoint.
For the Deseret News’ talented team of photojournalists, 2022 was a busy year as we set out in a world getting back to normal.
Thousands gathered to witness the state funeral as the late queen’s coffin traveled from Westminster Abbey to Windsor Castle
Thousands around the world have been rallying in support for Ukraine
See photos of damage, families and more in Kyiv, Ukraine, and other Ukrainian cities.
With the world watching Utah in February 2002, so, too, were the Deseret News photojournalists.
For most of 2021, fans were back in the stands and our photographers were once again on the sidelines.
In 2021, the talented photojournalists from the Deseret News got to return to what they love so much, documenting the world up close and personal through their cameras.
Here’s a look back at some of the most iconic photographs from Sept. 11, 2001 from New York City, Washington, D.C. and Shanksville, Pennsylvania when 2,977 people lost their lives in the worst terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.
These talented photojournalists have been on the front lines of 2020’s traumatic news events as they unfolded in our community every day this year. Unlike myself as their photo editor, there’s really no such thing as working from home for them.
From the high school seniors who were denied the opportunity to play their final spring seasons, to NBA fans who had to watch their teams battle it out inside a bubble, 2020 was a year like no other.