New York Times Events
Ben Cawiezell serves as a vendor for Multi-Camera Live Event Video Productions, as a DP, Video Editor, Director for New York Times Events.
Broadway's Best Perform for The Times
Ben Cawiezell directed this multi-camera video of oome of Broadway’s brightest stars performed songs from this season’s Broadway musicals — exclusively for The Times — just days after the Tony nominees were announced. They sampled performances from “Ain’t Too Proud,” “Be More Chill,” “The Cher Show,” “Hadestown,” “Oklahoma,” “The Prom” and “Tootsie.” Theater reporter Michael Paulson hosted and spoke with cast and other creative team members behind these new works. This event was brought to you by New York Times Subscriber Events on Monday, May 6, 2019.
The New York Times Opinion Live With Rachel Dry
PANEL- "The New York Times Opinion Live With Rachel Dry." Performances, comedy and conversation with Opinion columnist Maureen Dowd and other Times Opinion contributors JiJi Lee, Josh Gondelman and Maris Kreizman. Rachel Dry, the editor of Sunday Review, hosted the event. January 22, 2018. The TimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street, NYC.
Civilian Casualties of the War on Terror
CONVERSATION- “Civilian Casualties of the War on Terror.”
A rare convergence of experts on the human costs of war will discuss the often-ignored outgrowth of the global war on terror: two decades of civilian casualties. Times journalist and Marine Corps infantry veteran C. J. Chivers, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for his 2016 story about an Afghan war veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, moderated the discussion. The panelists were Alissa J. Rubin, the Times Paris bureau chief who won a Pulitzer Prize for foreign reporting on Afghanistan in 2015; Azmat Khan, an investigative reporter and New York Times Magazine contributor, who uncovered civilian casualties among nearly 150 airstrike sites across northern Iraq; and writer Brian Castner, a veteran of the Iraq war and weapons expert for Amnesty International’s crisis team, who also investigates war crimes and human rights violations. Tuesday, February 5, 2019. The New School. John L. Tishman Auditorium, 63 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Chew it over with Jenna Wortham, Wesley Morris, and Samin Nosrat
Ben Cawiezell worked as a vendor, serving as a Multi-Camera Event Video Producer, DP, Video Editor, Director for the New York Times Events:
Hosts of “Still Processing,” Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris, chewed the proverbial fat with Samin Nosrat, “America’s next great cooking teacher” (Alice Waters). Celebrating the launch of Nosrat’s new Netflix series — based on her best-selling cookbook “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat” — this delectable evening offered foodies and culture buffs alike a deep dive into the elements of good food and great conversation. Friday, October 12, 2018. The New School. 66 West 12th Streey, NYC. “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat” launched globally on Netflix on October 11, 2018.