Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

This past weekend, the 71st Emmy Awards kicked off with the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.  We are delighted to see so many of our customers and friends amongst the nominees and winners!

Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

Let’s take a look at some of the talented nominees and winners that we are very proud to call friends and customers.

Creative Arts Emmy Awards: COSTUMES

Nominees For: Outstanding Period Costumes

Mrs Maisel Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL-Winner

Episode: “We’re Going To The Catskills!”, Prime Video

  • Donna Zakowska, Costume Designer
  • Marina Reti, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Tim McKelvey, Costume Supervisor

 

Fosse Verdon Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

FOSSE/VERDON-Nominee

Episode:”Life Is A Cabaret”, FX Networks

  • Melissa Toth, Costume Designer
  • Joseph La Corte, Costume Designer
  • Catherine Crabtree, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Isabelle Simone, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Kristin Isola, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Virginia Patton, Costume Supervisor

 

Pose Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

POSE-Nominee

Episode:”Pilot”, FX Networks

  • Lou Eyrich, Costume Designer
  • Analucia McGorty, Costume Designer
  • Amy Ritchings, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Kevin Ritter, Costume Supervisor

Nominees For: Outstanding Contemporary Costumes

Russian doll Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

RUSSIAN DOLL-Winner

Episode: “Superiority Complex”, Netflix

  • Jennifer Rogien, Costume Designer
  • Charlotte Svenson, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Melissa Stanton, Costume Supervisor

Escape Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

ESCAPE AT DANNEMORA-Nominee

Episode: “Episode 6”, Showtime

  • David Robinson, Costume Designer
  • Ann Bryant, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Barbara Hause, Costume Supervisor

Nominees For: Outstanding Costumes For Variety, Nonfiction Or Reality Programming

SNL Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Nominee

Episode: “Host: Sandra Oh”, NBC

  • Tom Broecker, Costume Designer
  • Eric Justian, Costume Designer
  • Cristina Natividad, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Karena Sanchez, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Ashley Dudek, Assistant Costume Designer

Creative Arts Emmy Awards: HAIRSTYLING

Nominees For: Outstanding Hairstyling For A Limited Series Or Movie 

Fosse Verdon Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

FOSSE/VERDON-Winner

FX Networks

  • Christopher Fulton, Department Head Hairstylist
  • Christen Edwards, Key Hairstylist
  • Nicole Bridgeford, Personal Hairstylist
  • Christine Cantrell, Hairstylist
  • Charlene Belmond, Additional Hairstylist

 

Nominees For:  Outstanding Hairstyling For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special

SNL Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Nominee

Episode: “Host: Adam Sandler”, NBC

  • Jodi Mancuso, Department Head Hairstylist
  • Cara Hannah Sullivan, Key Hairstylist
  • Inga Thrasher, Hairstylist
  • Gina Ferrucci, Hairstylist
  • Joseph C. Whitmeyer, Hairstylist
  • Amanda Duffy Evans, Hairstylist

 

Nominees For: Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series

Pose Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

POSE-Nominee

Episode: “Pilot”, FX Networks

  • Chris Clark, Department Head Hairstylist
  • Barry Lee Moe, Department Head Hairstylist
  • Jameson Eaton, Hairstylist
  • Mia Neal, Hairstylist
  • Tim Harvey, Additional Hairstylist
  • Sabana Majeed, Additional Hairstylist

Creative Arts Emmy Awards: MAKEUP

Nominees For: Outstanding Makeup For A Limited Series Or Movie (Non-Prosthetic)

Fosse Verdon Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

FOSSE/VERDON-Winner

FX Networks

  • Debbie Zoller, Department Head Makeup Artist
  • Blair Aycock, Co-Department Head Makeup Artist
  • Dave Presto, Key Makeup Artist
  • Sherri Berman Laurence, Makeup Artist
  • Nicky Pattison Illum, Makeup Artist
  • Jackie Risotto, Personal Makeup Artist

 

Nominees For: Outstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic)

SNL Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -Winner

Episode: “Host: Adam Sandler”, NBC

  • Louie Zakarian, Department Head Makeup Artist
  • Amy Tagliamonti, Key Makeup Artist
  • Jason Milani, Key Makeup Artist
  • Rachel Pagani, Additional Makeup Artist
  • Sarah Egan, Makeup Artist
  • Young Beck, Makeup Artist

Nominees For: Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)

Pose Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

POSE-Nominee

Episode: “Pilot”, FX Networks

  • Sherri Berman Laurence, Department Head Makeup Artist
  • Nicky Pattison Illum, Key Makeup Artist
  • Chris Milone, Makeup Artist
  • Deja Smith, Makeup Artist
  • Lucy O’Reilly, Makeup Artist
  • Andrew Sotomayor, Makeup Artist

 

Mrs Maisel Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL-Nominee

Episode: “We’re Going To The Catskills!”, Prime Video

  • Patricia Regan, Department Head Makeup Artist
  • Claus Lulla, Key Makeup Artist
  • Joseph Campayno, Key Makeup Artist

Nominees For: Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or Special

Fosse Verdon Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners

FOSSE/VERDON-Winner

FX Networks

  • Debbie Zoller, Department Head Makeup Artist
  • Dave Presto, Key Makeup Artist
  • Jackie Risotto, Personal Makeup Artist
  • Yoichi Art Sakamoto, Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Vincent Van Dyke, Prosthetic Designer

We are very excited for each and every one of you! Whether you are a nominee or a winner, this is an achievement that represents a lot of hard work and dedication by your team. An accomplishment to be proud of.

For all the winners, do you know where the award got its name?  According to the Academy of Arts and Sciences official history of the awards: “before the first awards were presented in 1949, the Television Academy debated what to call the gold woman-with-atom statuette that represents the relationship between art and science. The winning name was chosen to honor the image orthicon tube, an important bit of TV technology, (the tube revolutionized what it was possible to show on TV). The initial proposal of “Immy” was changed to “Emmy” because it sounded more like a name that might belong to the woman in the statuette.”