Founder Ron Laytner - "My Life in 50 Pictures"





A Brief Timeline


1954

– Ron Laytner started his career in Canada at the Toronto Telegram and the Toronto Star.

1958

– Ron won the Canadian National Newspaper Award for Photography.
– aprox. – Ron started traveling around the world and freelancing for LIFE Magazine and Paris Match.

1964

– The ‘Brownie’ photograph was used by KODAK in the 1964 World’s Fair.

1969

– Ron started EDIT INTERNATIONAL, where he continued freelancing around the world and started syndicating not only himself but other writers in publications around the world.

1998

– Lance Laytner, Ron’s son joined the business and has since become a successful freelance writer himself.

2007

– Ron published his book on Howard Hughes.

note: timeline incomplete