If you haven't heard about it, if you haven't read it, or you haven't watched it, you need to check out The New York Times 36 Hours travel series. Curated, crafted, and produced by Fritzie Andrade the series continues to gain traction since its inception in 2002. What began as a weekly column to provide weekend itineraries for travelers to world destinations, the column has become a phenomenon with its newest addition of fast-paced, mouth-drooling, enticing videos that highlight three places to eat, see, and go out.
The newest addition in the series is 36 Hours in Palm Beach, Fla. As described by the New York Times, "Palm Beach may be known for its extravagant mansions, tony retailers and fancy nightspots, but it also has its own brand of small-town charm." I had the pleasure to shoot this episode alongside longtime collaborator and good friend, Jessey Dearing. Working in tandem to cover the city over three days of intense shooting, we filmed everything from bars and restaurants, to beaches and museums. The result is an enticing six minute video edited by Will Lloyd.
Producer: Fritzie Andrade
Camera: Jessey Dearing, Andrew Hida
Sound: Louie Alfaro
Editor: Will Lloyd