Before joining Studio 360 in 2015, Andy was a print reporter primarily for The New York Times, where he published hundreds of articles. Along with writing extensively for the Business and Style sections, he wrote widely about the arts, including stories about the Broadway revival of Talk Radio and a conceptual artist who made a quilted cozy for a 10-ton Nike Hercules missile. He also has written for New York magazine, Salon and Adweek. Before moving to New York in 2004, he served as Editor in Chief at alternative newspapers in in Pittsburgh and Boise. He produced his first piece for Studio 360 in 2006.
Shakespeare shouldn’t be lost on anyone, but how much should the text be changed?
For a Japanese commercial, drones flying between ballet dancers and the camera are choreographed to (just barely) cover the naughty bits.