Meet the Staff

Blair Waltman-Alexin

Blair Waltman-Alexin

Blair Waltman-Alexin is Decibel's senior multimedia journalist. Since joining Austin PBS in 2014 she's covered everything from politics and education to bike clubs and the best fried Oreos. In her free time Blair enjoys running with her dog, watching nerdy movies with her husband and wandering around any library that's open.

Amber Adamez

Amber Adamez

Amber Adamez is the audience engagement intern for Decibel. Amber is currently a student at Austin Community College finishing up her associate degree of liberal arts and is planning on transferring to Texas State in San Marcos this fall for a theater degree with a concentration in film production. She hopes to become a director one day and tell people’s stories. In her free time she’s usually crocheting, reading, playing video games or attempting to do all three at the same time.

Briana Senegal

Briana Senegal

Briana Senegal is Decibel’s first reporting intern. Briana is a student at Austin Community College where she is pursuing an associate of applied science degree in streaming television and broadcast production. During her time off, Briana loves creating stickers and recording herself playing video games for her YouTube channel OverthinkingBee alongside her trusty bird side-kick King Jelly.

Samantha Guzman

Samantha Guzman

Samantha Guzman is the executive editor of Decibel. Sam joined the Austin PBS staff in 2018 as the science and technology reporter and later transitioned into working on the Decibel team. Before working at Austin PBS, Sam worked for KERA in Dallas. She loves all things Beyoncé, reading and spending time with her two dogs and husband.

Alex Wolff

Alex Wolff

Alex Wolff is an Austin PBS staff videographer with a diverse studio and field production background. After 10 years in L.A., including five years with TMZ, Alex moved to Buda, Texas with his wife Kristen and dog, Caleb, where he became a homeowner, breakfast taco connoisseur and proud member of the Decibel news team. Alex has a borderline-obsessive relationship with hockey, Seinfeld and home cooking.