THE NEW YORK TIMES: 36 HOURS

A traveler’s guide to a city’s most delicious, adventurous and fascinating must-see destinations when you only have 36 hours. What began as a weekly column in 2002, 36 Hours is a weekend staple of The New York Times travel section. Since August 2014, it has quickly become a weekday phenomenon with its newest addition of fast-paced, mouth-drooling, enticing videos that highlight three places to eat, see, and go out in each destination. The weekly video series is curated, crafted, and produced by Fritzie Andrade. The series has gained such popularity that it will soon be adapted into a 30-minute TV show on the Travel Channel.


CREDITS

Director and Producer: Fritzie Andrade
Cinematography: Jessey Dearing, Andrew Hida, Ava Benjamin
Sound: Louie Alfaro, Sarah Brady Voll
Editor: Will Lloyd, Aaron Wolfe

 

 

 

 

Client: The New York Times

Services Provided: Cinematography

Publication Date: 2015