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Berlin, Germany
Senior Video Journalist, Europe — New York Times
Covers:  metro, science, environment, extreme sports, national news, breaking news

Staff Sr. Video Journalist at the New York Times. Native Californian living in Berlin.

Erik Olsen's Biography

Erik Olsen is a staff Senior Video Journalist for The New York Times. He shoots, writes, edits and narrates video stories for nytimes.com. Occasionally he writes for print and shoots photos. He has produced for ABC News, Current and other outlets. He's an avid photographer, panoramic shooter, writer, and scuba diver. He currently lives in Berlin.

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Germany’s Refugee Crisis

nytimes.com — More refugees are seeking asylum in Germany than in any other country, straining Germans' tolerance for foreigners and taxing the government's ability to find housing for them.

Bullock announces new breakfast program in Lockwood

missoulian.com — Gov. Steve Bullock announced Monday a $5,360 grant at Lockwood Intermediate School for a new school breakfast program, one of 15 such programs statewide. The Montana Breakfast After the Bell program aims to supply schools with new equipment to serve breakfast during class.

Invasive Lionfish Has Florida Keys on the Hunt

nytimes.com — KEY WEST, Fla. - Crawling through turquoise murk on the ocean floor near Tea Table Key, Rob Pillus glances at a half dozen lobsters that twirl their antennae in the fast-moving current.

Berlin’s Wall of Light

Behemoth at Sea - Video - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — In the chess match that has global powers looking for new ways to move goods around the world, the Mary Maersk and nine other sister ships are the biggest pieces.

An Exotic Predator Threatens the Keys

nytimes.com — The lionfish, an invasive species, was beginning to change the balance of sea life in the waters of the Florida Keys in 2010, the first year of a now-annual tournament to catch as many as possible.

Scotland: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

nytimes.com — In the week ahead of a historic referendum on Scottish independence, campaigners from both sides take to the streets to sway the vote, which could break a three-century-old union.

Germany’s Offshore Wind Push

nytimes.com — The small German island of Heligoland, a popular tourist destination, is undergoing dramatic change as the wind industry takes over.

Germany’s Grass-Roots Energy Revolution

nytimes.com — A visit to the Aller-Leine-Tal, one of many energy cooperatives that have contributed to the success so far of Germany's Energiewende, or energy transition.

Bracing for Scotland’s Referendum

nytimes.com — As Scotland prepares for its referendum on independence, many English and Scots that live in border towns feel an acute uncertainty that could remain no matter which way the vote goes.
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Dec 18, 2014

Sometimes I think being a book cover designer is one of the best jobs ever. After being a big wave surfer, of course: nytimes.com/interactive/20…

Dec 18, 2014

Wow, the AMNH, one of my favorite places in NYC, is expanding with $325 million, six-story addition. nytimes.com/2014/12/11/art…

Dec 18, 2014

You can't stop the Internets. LEAKED: Kim Jong-Un Death Scene From ‘The Interview’ dailycaller.com/2014/12/18/lea…

Dec 17, 2014

Wow, Hyman Roth would be so happy. U.S. and Cuba, in Breakthough, Resume Diplomatic Relations nyti.ms/1AbND6r

Dec 17, 2014

Great story on the fascinating, but declining, Dutch Flower Auction by @CFSchuetze nyti.ms/1GrTlTB



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