Fred Sweets, photo editor, Associated Press. Sweets has worked every job that exists in the newspaper business. He learned photography from the staff of his father's newspaper, The St. Louis American. In 1969 he joined the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as a staff photographer. A decade later he left St. Louis and joined the photography staff at The Washington Post. There he photographed for 10 years, and eventually moved on to photo editing. In 1992 Sweets joined the Los Angeles Times as a senior photo editor. Four years later he moved to the Associated Press where he now directs photo coverage and manages the photo department at the Washington Bureau. In 1999, Sweets was part of the AP's photo team that won a Pulitizer Prize for feature photography for coverage of the Clinton impeachment.