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Ariane Nalty is the Founder and President of Ice Water With Lemon. She brings her love of story telling and television production combined with networking and creative thinking to a firm that will provide answers to all of your media needs.
Ariane began her career in television as a desk assistant at ABC News’ This Week in Washington, DC. She covered political stories including the Ken Starr investigation and impeachment of President Bill Clinton. She also covered the plane crash of John F. Kennedy Jr. She then moved to New York City to work for Special Events unit where she covered the Egypt Air plane crash and worked on ABC’s award winning ABC 2000 Millennium program.
Ariane worked as a Good Morning America researcher and covered the 2000 presidential election and recount, The Elian Gonzalez story, and breaking news interviews with political figures.
In 2001, Ariane worked as a booker for Good Morning America in New York where she covered the September 11th attacks for all ABC News platforms.
In 2002, Ariane became a segment producer for MSNBC where she covered the aftermath of 9/11, the war in Afghanistan and the Enron scandal. She was also a field producer based in Manhattan for the cable news network.
In 2003, she was an associate producer and field producer in New York for Fox Television Network’s primetime magazine show, The Pulse where she covered the Iraq war, breaking news stories, and celebrity and newsmaker interviews.
From 2004 to 2016, Ariane was a San Francisco based freelance field producer and booker for ABC’s Good Morning America covering Northern California as well as national and international stories. Some of the events include the Scott Peterson trial in Redwood City, the Barry Bonds investigation in San Francisco, the Michael Jackson trial in Santa Maria, CA the death of Pope John Paul II and the papal conclave in Rome, John Paul II’s beatification, the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the election of Pope Francis, coverage of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Gustav in New Orleans, Louisiana, The Jon Benet Ramsey investigation, the 2008 and 2010 election, Michael Jackson’s death in Los Angeles, the California wildfires, The Jaycee Dugard kidnapping, the Arizona shooting of Representative Gabby Giffords, the movie theater shooting in Aurora, CO, Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, The Asiana Airlines plane crash, San Francisco’s Batkid coverage, The 87th Annual Academy Awards, the school shooting in Roseburg, Oregon, Good Morning America's 40th Anniversary livestream program, Robin Williams' death and exclusive interview with his widow Susan Williams and Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco. Ariane worked as a talent producer on ABC's On The Red Carpet at the 2016 Emmy Awards, and ABC's On the Red Carpet at the 89th & 90th Annual Academy Awards. In 2017 she covered the mass shooting in Las Vegas for ABC News where she won an Emmy Award, the wildfires in Napa, California and the shooting at You Tube headquarters in San Bruno, California.
Ariane was a talent producer on the critically acclaimed documentary Can We Take A Joke? She was a talent producer for Ross Greenburg Productions on the technology-focused documentary series Innovators.
Ariane consults with businesses ranging from technology startups to established firms on their relationship with media outlets, booking celebrities for major events or speaking engagements and video production for in house or external distribution. She has worked with companies across the San Francisco Bay Area from Silicon Valley to Napa and Sonoma. She focuses on technology, lifestyle, entertainment, political and investigative stories in the Bay Area and California.
She continues to travel to her hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana to cover news and lifestyle stories.
Ariane served on the Board of Directors of ArtPoint, a group of young professionals that supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and remains an active member on the ArtPoint Advisory Council. She is currently on the Board of Directors of For The Bayou, a charity that provides funding to restore the wetlands of the Louisiana coast. She is a member of the Georgetown Alumni Admissions Program and previously a member of The Edgewood Auxiliary in San Francisco.
Ariane has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Georgetown University and is the recipient of two George Foster Peabody awards, two Columbia DuPont Awards, an Edward R. Murrow Award and two Emmy Awards.
Ariane enjoys breaking news, water-sports, and spending time with her family. She lives in Belvedere, California with her husband Charles, their twins Jane & Charlie and their yellow Labrador Bailey.
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