adam b. ellick


A 2009 NY Times documentary profiling Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai as the Taliban close down her school. The film first brought Malala's story to the outside world.

adam b. ellick

video and print journalist

Adam B. Ellick is a New York Times correspondent who produces videos and writes for the newspaper about international affairs. His reporting from Bahrain and Pakistan won Overseas Press Awards in 2011 and 2012, and was thrice nominated for The Livingston Award, which honors journalists under the age of 35.

He witnessed the Asian Tsunami from Indonesia, revealed an underground fetish world in Pakistan, covered Hugo Chavez's violent land raids in Venezuela, investigated Russia's anti-American youth groups, reported on the Arab Spring from Bahrain and Egypt, and brought Malala's story to the world in a 2009 documentary from Swat, Pakistan.

This website offers a sampling of "one man band" multi-platform journalism.