U.S. Special Forces and UPDF soldiers.
Inside the World of Longsword Fighting
Syria's Improvised Arsenals
A New Battlefront in Syria
Fishing Town in Rubble - Meeting Mr. Oyama
Syria's Wounded Generation
At A Nuclear Refugee Center
Ben Yousef Madrassa
After the Tsunami, a False Alarm
Pakistan Averts a Crisis
Aftermath in Kesennuma
Statue of Liberty
New York Harbor
Tea House in Taiwan
U.S. Special Forces and UPDF soldiers.U.S. Special Forces and UPDF soldiers.
DonkeyA donkey near Imlil.
Inside the World of Longsword FightingLongsword enthusiasts are resurrecting ancient sword technique as a modern, organized sport, with timed bouts and complex rules.Produced by: Mac William BishopRead the full story on NYTimes.com here: http://nyti.ms/1BJk5MP
GIGN training in Dijon.
Taipei© Mac William Bishop 2007
France's premier counterterror unit, the GIGN.
Syria's Improvised ArsenalsAcross northern Syria, a clandestine network of primitive arms-making plants churn out makeshift weapons.The New York Times sent me to work with C.J. Chivers, Tyler Hicks and Karam Shoumali to report on a signature element of a materially lopsided war.Published on NYTimes.com on June 12th, 2013. Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2013/06/12/world/middleeast/100000002277484/syrias-improvised-arsenals.html
Orvieto© Mac William Bishop 2013
Berber ShepherdNear Jebel Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains. Morocco, October 2012.
A New Battlefront in SyriaAhfad Al Rasul, or the "Grandsons of the Prophet," are one of the largest rebel fighting groups in Idlib Province in Syria. C.J. Chivers, Tyler Hicks and Karam Shoumali traveled with the Grandsons on a march south toward Homs.First published on NYTimes.com on June 4th, 2013.Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2013/06/04/world/middleeast/100000002261903/syrian-rebels-drive-south.html
Fishing Town in Rubble - Meeting Mr. OyamaIn the immediate aftermath of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami of March 2011, a Japanese fisherman who lost his home and livelihood shares his story.Published on NYTimes.com by Mac William Bishop on March 16th, 2011.Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2011/03/16/world/asia/100000000728833/tc-031611-bishop.html
Syria's Wounded GenerationAt an after-care center near Turkey's border with Syria, civilians and combatants recover from life-altering injuries. On a recent reporting trip to the region, I spoke with casualties of Syria's brutal civil war.Published on NYTimes.com on June 14th, 2013.Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2013/06/14/world/middleeast/100000002279818/syrias-wounded-generation.html
At A Nuclear Refugee CenterIn March of 2011, I was in Japan covering the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami for The New York Times. Just days after the disaster, I visited a nuclear evacuation center in Yamagata and spoke with the refugees there.Published on NYTimes.com by Mac William Bishop on March 20th, 2011.Permanent link is here: video.nytimes.com/video/2011/03/19/world/asia/100000000734201/nuclear-evacuation-center.html
Ben Yousef Madrassa© Mac William Bishop 2013
After the Tsunami, a False AlarmOnly hours after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan, I was on the ground covering recovery efforts in Miyagi Prefecture. As rescuers searched the debris and ruins for bodies and survivors, a false tsunami alarm in Kesennuma sent survivors in the town into a panic.Published on NYTimes.com by Mac William Bishop on March 17th, 2011.Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2011/03/17/world/asia/100000000730473/tc-031711-bishop.html
Toubkal© Mac William Bishop 2011
Pakistan Averts a CrisisThe preacher Muhammad Tahir-ul Qadri exploded on Pakistan's political scene in 2013 ahead of a national election, leading massive protests in Islamabad. After days of tense standoffs, he reached a symbolic deal with the government. I worked with Declan Walsh in covering the story.Published on NYTimes.com by Mac William Bishop on Jan. 18th, 2013.Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2013/01/18/world/middleeast/100000002012141/defusing-a-crisis-in-pakistan.html
Calligraphy© Mac William Bishop 2013
Aftermath in KesennumaA field report on the aftermath of the tsunami and earthquake in the fishing village of Kesennuma, Japan.This was published on NYTimes.com by Mac William Bishop on March 15th, 2011.Permanent link is here: nytimes.com/video/2011/03/15/multimedia/100000000726965/tc-031511-bishop.html
Moulay Idriss© Mac William Bishop 2011
Imlil© Mac William Bishop 2011
Taiwanese Temple© Mac William Bishop 2007
WatersellerMarrakech, Morocco. October 2012.
Saadian Tombs© Mac William Bishop 2011
Atlas Mountains© Mac William Bishop 2011
Volubilis© Mac William Bishop 2011
San Juans© Mac William Bishop 2006
Statue of Liberty© Mac William Bishop 2009
Brooklyn Bridge© Mac William Bishop 2009
Kamakura© Mac William Bishop 1999
New York Harbor© Mac William Bishop 2009
Vermont© Mac William Bishop 2010
Macau© Mac William Bishop 2007
CH-46© Mac William Bishop 2000
Iwo Jima© Mac William Bishop 2000
Tea House in Taiwan© Mac William Bishop 2007
Ximen Reservoir© Mac William Bishop 2007
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