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Two time Emmy Award winner and founder of Ice Water + Lemon, Ariane Nalty, brings her passion for storytelling and television production to a forefront by providing all things media.  Her clients include companies such as Google, CBS, Vanity Fair, ABC News, PBS, Bloomberg, Netflix, and many more. With over 20 years of experience, Ariane has become a leader in the world of television content. 

Ariane’s career began at ABC News in Washington DC, where she covered stories including the plane crash of John F. Kennedy Jr, ABC’s Millennium program, and coverage of the September 11th Attacks in New York City for all ABC News platforms.

Since then, Ariane has covered a multitude of stories, the most memorable ones being Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, The Michael Jackson trial, Papal Conclaves in Rome, Superbowls XLIV and 50, The 89th and 90th Academy Awards red carpet programs, and the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting where she received an Emmy Award for the ABC News 20/20 documentary Las Vegas: Heartbreak and Heroes. 

Other documentaries Ariane has worked on include Can We Take A Joke? and Innovators. She is currently in production on the docuseries Unspeakable Act, which focuses on suicide survivors. She is a talent producer on HistoryTalks, a program celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the History Channel hosted by Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

In addition to producing, Ariane has served on the Board of Directors for ArtPoint; a group of young professionals that support the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. She serves as co-president on the Board of Directors for For The Bayou a non-profit that provides funding to restore the wetlands of the Louisiana coast. She remains an active member of the ArtPoint Advisory Council and is a member of the Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program. 

She has two George Foster Peabody Awards, a Columbia DuPont Award, 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 and Charlie, and their yellow Labrador Bailey.



3053 Fillmore #213
San Francisco, CA 94123