New England was blitzed overnight with a storm that dumped two feet of snow on ESPN’s Bristol campus. Through a dedicated staff and careful preparation, the network’s non-stop blizzard of sports didn’t miss a beat.
Before us “non essential” employees headed home mid-day Friday, ESPN photographer Rich Arden set up this time-lapse video of the historical storm. It captured a picture every 30 minutes of the first 28 hours of the storm, from Rich’s office, overlooking the ESPN “Dish Farm.” Our corporate cousin Nemo was essential to the project and toughed out the storm – through 30 mile per hour winds and temperatures in the low 20s – managing to swim through the mounting snow.
Time-lapse photography and video production by Rich Arden