Evan Grothjan is a video journalist at The New York Times and an experimental filmmaker.

He has filmed multimedia projects for the Times on five continents, from the skies of Rio to the ice of Antarctica. As part of a wider team of NYT journalists covering stories on the rise of ISIS, he was recognized as a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist. He has also been recognized by Pictures of the Year International, the Webbys, Malofiej, The Society of News Design, and others.

His personal work explores shifting boundaries and globalization - screening at venues in over ten countries - and appearing in publications such as Grafik Magazine, Trendland, and It's Nice That.

Prior to the Times, Evan freelanced as a cameraman, working on a range of projects including documenting the Arab-Israeli stalemate.