Behind the scenes winnersâ€¦
On Sunday June 17 actors and crews from our favorite soap operas, along with The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), came together for the 39th Annual Daytime Creative Arts And Entertainment Emmy Awards. The awards distinguish outstanding achievement in all creative fields of the production of Daytime television from 2011.
Here are this year's winners...
Outstanding Promotional Announcement - Episodic:
"General Hospital:" "Brenda's Wedding" & "Kidnapping"
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design Winner:
"The Bold And The Beautiful's" Production Designer Jack Forrestel, Art Director Fabrice Kenwood, and Set Decorators Elsa Zamparelli and Charlotte Garnell Scheide.
Outstanding Achievement For A Casting Director for a Drama Series Winner:
"General Hospital's" Casting Director Mark Teschner.
Outstanding Achievement In Costume Design for a Drama Series Winner:
"General Hospital's" Costume Designer Mary Iannelli.
Outstanding Achievement In Hairstyling For a Drama Series Winners:
"The Bold And The Beautiful's" Key Hairstylist Michele Arvizo and Hairstylists Audrey Soto, Romaine Markus-Myers, and Adriana Lucio, and "The Young And The Restless'" Hairstylists George Guzman, Shannon Bradberry, Mary Kate Welsh, Rachel Ross Bunch, Adriana Lucio, Regina Rodriguez, and Rachel Mason Bonner.
Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction for a Drama Series Winner:
"One Life To Live's" Lighting Directors Bob Bessoir and Scott Devitte.
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Direct to Tape Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Winners:
"All My Children's" Production Mixer Christopher Banninger, Post-Production Mixer RT Smith, and Boom Operators Anthony Inglese, Stu Rudolph, and Andy Morales, and "The Young And The Restless'" Production Mixer Tommy Persson, Post-Production Mixer Dino Johnson, and Boom Operators Mark Beckley, Luis Godinez Sr., Mark Mooney, and Denise Palm Stones.