Thomas Morton (@BabyBalls69) is a writer, producer, and on camera correspondent for Vice.
During his tenure at the magazine, Morton wrote first-hand accounts of infiltrating religious cults, competitive binge-eating and living with a Dominican family for a week. He was also the first non-Juggalo to attend and report on the Gathering of the Juggalos.
When Vice launched its online video channel in 2007, Morton began appearing as an on-air correspondent in numerous documentaries and video series, covering environmental catastrophes in the Pacific Ocean, the Louisiana Gulf coast, and the Brazilian Amazon.
Morton has been a producer and correspondent for Vice HBO since 2013.
From 2014 to 2015, Morton served as a field reporter and host for Noisey's music documentaries Noisey Chiraq and Noisey Atlanta.
In early 2016, Vice began broadcasting a new television channel, VICELAND. Thomas Morton currently hosts a long-form, pop anthropology docuseries called Balls Deep, which features in-depth investigative pieces focused on different American subcultures in each episode.