It’s been a pretty serious winter in New York. An “Old School” winter. Monday’s snow made Central Park look like it had been flocked. Flocked. That thing they used to do to Christmas trees in the fifties and sixties to make them look like they were covered in snow. Well we got flocked. And it was breathtaking. So beautiful. Everyone had their cameras out. This sunny snow day, winter didn’t seem so bad.
Harry Smith / NBC News
Snowfall in Central Park on Feb. 4.
First published February 4 2014, 3:58 PM
Harry Smith is an NBC News Correspondent who came to NBC News as a Correspondent for Rock Center with Brian Williams in July 2011.
One of televisionâ€™s most distinguished journalists, Smith has been a news reporter and anchor for more than 30 years. Before joining NBC News, he hosted the CBS News morning shows The Early Show and its predecessor CBS This Morning for 17 years.
Smith served as a senior correspondent for CBS News and substitute anchors for the CBS Evening News, Face the Nation and CBS News Sunday Morning. He also hosted the A&E series Biography.
Smith has interviewed a whoâ€™s who of world leaders from Barack Obama to Margaret Thatcher. Heâ€™s reported from the Persian Gulf War, the Iraq War and the war in Bosnia. Smith reported live from Tahrir Square the night Hosni Mubarak fell from power. He covered the revolution in Libya. Smith has also reported from disaster zones in the United States as well as Japan, Sri Lanka, Haiti and the Philippines. Smith has won several Emmy Awards, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and a du Pont award as well as numerous other honors.
He is a proud graduate of Central College in Pella, Iowa. He is married to the remarkable Andrea Joyce, an NBC sports reporter. They are the parents of two sons.