Get ready for the Emmy® Award weekend. Saturday night September 16 you can watch the The 69th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony on FXX. The ceremony was held over two nights on September 9 and September 10, 2017.
The following night, Sunday September 17th, live from Los Angeles, the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will air on CBS. Both ceremonies honor the best in U.S. prime time television programming from June 1, 2016 until May 31, 2017, as chosen by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
In the photo above, that’s Kim Wannop, the new Emmy winner for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program. That program would be HBO’s comedy, “Veep”.
According to Breaker PR the firm that represents Ms. Wannop, she recently relocated to the West Coast to work on the Emmy-winning show. As a maven in her field, Kim knows the virtues of hard work in realizing one’s dreams. Since graduating from Philadelphia University, where she studied Interior Architecture, she has arduously worked her way through the industry to become one of the most in-demand Set Decorators in Tinseltown.
Her credits include “Bones”” (Emmy Nomination), Parks and Recreation”, “Spoils of Babylon”, “Love” and “Veep”(Emmy Winning). She has also been nominated for three ADG Awards. How’s that feel for Wannop? Here’s her quote:
“I feel completely overwhelmed! The support from my peers tonight has been truly incredible! It’s a dream to win an Emmy and I’m thankful that my colleagues voted to make it come true! Thank you!”
Wannop’s comments regarding being a woman in the TV industry: “I think it’s tremendous for our industry to acknowledge women’s work. I hope it is inspiring to future generations. I know seeing female names on the credits as Set Decorators growing up inspired me. I hope I do the same for the next generation.”
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Photo: “Veep” Set Decorator Kimberly Wannop, used with permission of Breaker PR