Nikki Tundel joined Minnesota Public Radion in 2002. She reported and produced stories for MPR News' Minnesota Mix project. In her previous professional incarnation, Tundel was an award-winning public television producer. Her work aired regionally, nationally, and internationally and was screened at film festivals around the world. She was selected for the PBS/CPB Producers Academy and has been honored with numerous awards including a CINE Golden Eagle, an Emmy, and a New York Festivals medal. Tundel attended film school in Italy, studied Spanish in Cuba, was a social worker in India, and picked up intestinal parasites everywhere from Turkey to South Africa. She is partial to projects that explore the complexities and comedies of everyday life.
- Loud, vocal, dominant: What are they judging?
- It starts out cold and uses plastic silverware: What are they judging?
- Lots of muscle and wedge shapes: What are they judging?
- Missing parts, broken and dislocated bones: What are they judging?
- Noise, movement and household items: What are they judging?
- Video: Crockett camp has cannons, rubber band guns and frontier lifestyle
- DJ Rekha to fuse timeless, modern rhythms at Cedar Cultural Center
- All-female tattoo shop makes its mark in male-dominated field
- Photos: A day in the life of an all-female tattoo parlor
- It's a grand old (ubiquitous) flag