Kristin Arntz is a 5 time Emmy award-winning producer of broadcast television shows, independent documentaries, human-interest stories, and commercials.
Arntz began her career in television as an associate producer on the CBS hit series, Rescue 911, in 1993. Following several years writing and producing special features for NBC News in LA, as well as the internationally acclaimed China the Silk Road for Reader’s Digest, Arntz co-founded the 4 time Emmy award winning television series, Travel Café, for NBC. She wrote, produced and edited over 150 episodes featuring international travel destinations around the globe. The show has aired in the LA market on NBC for 15 years, with additional series airings on the Travel Channel. Kristin has personally received 7 Emmy nominations and 4 wins for her work on the series, as well as a James Beard nomination for excellence in food related television programming.
Other recent producing credits include her Emmy award winning independent documentary series, For Your Health, for NBC in LA. Arntz has worked with corporate clients including MGM Resorts International, AAA of America and Birth Right Israel, to develop marketing and web content. Arntz has also used her story telling skills to produced compelling settlement videos for high profile personal injury lawsuits. Her work on behalf of law firms directly led to case settlements totaling more than $8 million.
Arntz is an active member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Hollywood. She is an Art History graduate of UCLA and has remained active in the arts as an 8-year art educator for the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Arts Museum. Arntz is a competitive runner and continues to be an active world traveller.