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Joseph Marconi Calindas (Born July 14, 1975), also known as Marconi, used to be a full-time reporter for Saipan Tribune, a daily newspaper in the [Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands](Saipan) for four years. Now he chose to be a correspondent to focus more on his visual arts career. He is also a correspondent for GMAnews.TV, an online news source from a major news organization in the Philippines.

He is also a singer, composer and painter. He has been writing songs since his college years at the University of the Philippines where he wrote songs such as "Free" that won a Battle of Bands Best in Composition in the 90's. He has written songs also on Saipan. He wrote song for the Saipan Singing Superstar 2006 "One Little Big Dream" and wrote a song for the first Saipan Grand Fiesta Pop Music Festival Sweet December where he won second place with his interpreter and friend Macoi Aguda. He also has written a song for the 35th Anniversary of the Tan Holdings Corporation called "We Believe."

Island Locator Magazine cited that Marconi is "born as an artist and works hard to be one." The magazine adds that Marconi's "visibly flowing strokes in his work coupled with the vibrant colors reflects all the personality that is a Marconi." Marconi now has a clothing line called "Wear-a-MarconiTM." a trademark clothing line for Admaran International, Inc.

Marconi's art has gradually been making waves in San Francisco City and around the San Francisco Bay Area. He has invitations to display and exhibits his works at the [Bayfair Mall] in San Leandro, [Newpark Mall] in Newark and at the [Aspect Gallery] in Polk St., San Francisco, California. He also has been invited to display his Mariana Art at the House of Representatives, office of Cong. Gregorio Kilili Sablan in 2010 on Capitol Hill. He's also has invitations to showcase his art and his talents at the University of California, Berkeley and a high school in Orlando, Florida in 2010. He has also contributed two of his artwork for the benefit of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of San Francisco's Silent Art Auction in July 2009.

Marconi Calindas continues to work on more paintings to showcase the beauty of San Francisco and the Bay Area and the world around him.

Marconi Calindas also wrote for VMagazine, a celebrity and business magazine in the Philippines. He also wrote winning essays for ABS-CBN PinoyCentral Centennial Essay Writing Contest in 1998. He also has worked as marketing communications consultant for IT companies such as KPMG-MCC Information Technology.

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