Four Emerson alumni and one parent who work in the entertainment industry won Emmy Awards for their work in television over the past year.
In the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards, which were hosted by Andy Samberg and broadcast live on September 20, alumna Brittany Martin ’10, a producer on The Voice, and her colleagues won for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program. The Voice won over The Amazing Race, which has typically nabbed the award during its 26-season run.
In the Creative Arts Emmys, which were held a week before the Primetime ceremony, the Emerson winners were:
Ken Aymong, P ’10, the supervising producer for The Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special, which won for Outstanding Variety Special.
Jon Hassell ’03, the creative producer for Manhattan, which won for Outstanding Main Title Design.
David Klotz ’94, the music editor for Game of Thrones, which won for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series.
Erik Osterholm ’08, producer for Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which won for Outstanding Informational Series or Special.