Evan Grothjan is an artist & filmmaker.
He has filmed projects for The New York Times on five continents, from the skies of Rio de Janeiro to the ice of Antarctica. As part of a team of Times journalists, he was recognized as a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist for work surrounding the Paris Terror Attacks. Recently his efforts have switched from Virtual Reality to Augmented Reality, working on stories that bring the Olympics, David Bowie, and Mars into your living room.
When not taking you to new realities, Evan art directs and creates graphics that have been recognized by Malofiej, The Society of News Design, World Press Photo, and Pictures of the Year International, among others.
Before coming to The Times, Evan was a freelance cameraman, working on a range of projects including documenting the Arab-Israeli stalemate.