Emmy Watch 2012: Primetime Creative Arts Winners Announced
Posted: Monday September 17, 2012
On Saturday, Sept. 15 the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
presented the 2012 Primetime Creative Arts awards at the Nokia Theatre
L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. Winners in the make-up and hair categories are
OUTSTANDING MAKEUP FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE (NON-PROSTHETIC)
Hatfields & McCoys (History) Mario Michisanti, department head makeup artist Francesca Tampieri, makeup artist
*Michisanti previously received an Emmy nomination for the 1993 miniseries Abraham. This is Tampieri’s first Emmy nomination and win.
OUTSTANDING MAKEUP FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES OR SPECIAL (NON-PROSTHETIC)
Dancing With the Stars: “Episode 1307” (ABC) Zena Shteysel, department head makeup artist Angela Moos, key makeup artist Patti Ramsey Bortoli, makeup artist Barbara Fonte, makeup artist Sarah Woolf, makeup artist Nadege Shoenfeld, makeup artist
Bortoli and Shoenfeld previously won Emmys in 2008 for work on the same
show. This is the first Emmy win for Moos, Fonte and Woolf.
OUTSTANDING MAKEUP FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES (NON-PROSTHETIC)
Game of Thrones: “The Old Gods and the New” (HBO) Paul Engelen, department head makeup artist Melissa Lackersteen, makeup artist
*This is the first Emmy win for Engelen, who was nominated last year for the same show. He also received Oscar nominations for Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes and Frankenstein. Lackersteen was nominated last year for Game of Thrones, but this is her first win.
OUTSTANDING PROSTHETIC MAKEUP FOR A SERIES, MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
The Walking Dead: “What Lies Ahead” (AMC) Greg Nicotero, special makeup effects department head Jake Garber, special makeup effects artist Andy Schoneberg, special makeup effects artist Kevin Wasner, special makeup effects artist Gino Crognale, special makeup effects artist Carey Jonse, special makeup effects artist Garrett Immel, prosthetic designer
*See Issue 86 of Make-Up Artist magazine for more on the show’s make-up.
OUTSTANDING HAIRSTYLING FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
American Horror Story (FX Networks) Monte C. Haught, department head hairstylist Samantha Wade, key hairstylist Melanie Verkins, hairstylist Natalie Driscoll, hairstylist Michelle Ceglia, hairstylist
*Follow this link for more on the make-up of American Horror Story.
OUTSTANDING HAIRSTYLING FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES OR SPECIAL
Saturday Night Live: “Host: Zooey Deschanel” (NBC) Bettie O. Rogers, department head hairstylist Jodi Mancuso, key hairstylist Inga Thrasher, hairstylist Jennifer Stauffer, hairstylist Cara Hannah Sullivan, hairstylist Christal Schanes, hairstylist
OUTSTANDING HAIRSTYLING FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Downton Abbey: “Episode 1” (PBS) Anne 'Nosh' Oldham, department head hairstylist Christine Greenwood, key hairstylist
An edited version of the 64th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards will air Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ReelzChannel.
London-based make-up artist Angela Holthuis and photographer Izabela Habur set a challenge for themselves: Habur
asked Holthuis, a fashion pro, to create “a small story with bold looks
within a small time frame, to test out how far we [could] push
ourselves creatively,” Holthuis said.
Make-Up Artist magazine is now accepting student competition
applications for the 2009 Los Angeles International Make-Up Artist
Trade Show. The themes for this year are Gothic and X-Men Mutants. The competition is open to students of a recognized make-up school and
to those who graduated 12 months prior to the competition. Make-Up Artist will only accept competition entries postmarked by May 22, 2009.
If you like Prescriptives products, you’d better stock up while you
can: On Sept. 17, Estée Lauder Companies announced it will stop
production and global wholesale distribution of the brand by Jan. 31,
2010. The brand will still be sold online at www.prescriptives.com
while inventory lasts.