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Monday, September 04, 2006

Lindsay Martell in Beautiful Sante Fe

First, she says hello, asks how we doing, etc. and then *down to business*:

After a stint as a local news reporter in Salinas, CA, I relocated to Santa Fe, NM, to pursue freelance reporting and producing. I was an on-air contributor on Fashion Television's "Shop the World", and I just snagged a gig as host of "Buzzed into the 505", a weekly segment airing on the the WB's nationally syndicated morning show, "The Daily Buzz."

On the producing front, I recently wrapped a short documentary on the collaboration of C.S. Tarpley, a glassblower, and potter Nathan Youngblood. It is slated to be featured at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian in January, and is currently being shown at Kiva Gallery in Santa Fe.

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