In a stunning example of interactive storytelling that pulls the reader in and engages them with sights and sounds, The New York Times delivers an experience more like a documentary film than online magazine. Using photography, video, audio, and text to create a highly immersive experience, the creative team tells a story that engages the senses.
“A Game of Shark and Minnow”, and “Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek”, are remarkable stories that many call magnificent. They are intense, harsh, compelling, filled with emotion, and they also serve as inspiration for other forms of storytelling.
Well done New York Times! These moving stories are works of art. You and your team of writers, producers, and creative artists have done a brilliant job bringing these stories to life, and engaging the reader on a deeply emotional level.