about Andi Dukleth
Andi Dukleth is an independent comic book artist/writer for the Accidental Aliens and Video Journalist for KPBS News.
She graduated Cum Laude from California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) in only three years with a Bachelors in Arts and Technology in 2013.
During that time, she interned for the Sundance award winning documentary company Interloper Films in 2014, in which she worked on the films "Brand: A Second Coming", "Obey the Artist", and "A Total Disruption."
Always self proclaimed story teller, she met fellow artists and writers Scott Lost (The Second Shift, Wanders of Melissanda) and Travis Rivas (The Unstoppable Cherub, Super-Abled Comics) in 2016. Together, alongside other talented comic book creators, they were able to create the first Accidental Aliens Anthology project. They now have a total of 3 anthology books out and continue to create new creator owned content.
As a video journalist, she got her first news job in 2014 as a video editor for KUSI News. She eventually honed and sharpened her videography skills and found a job with ABC 10. There, she was able to cover high profile news events like the Woolsey Fire, the Thousand Oaks shooting, and the Migrant Border Rush. In 2019, she earned her first regional Emmy for her work covering the Migrant Border Rush and the San Diego Rainstorm that left communities flooded.
Now at KPBS, she continues her work as a journalist working alongside esteemed colleagues such as Jean Guerrero, Erik Anderson, and Beth Accomando.