The Los Angeles Film School is proud to recognize its alumni’s contributions to this year’s Emmy-nominated productions.
This is the largest group of alumni to work on TV productions across major networks, including last year’s breakout hit “The White Lotus” and this year’s thrilling fourth season of “Stranger Things.” More than 50 alumni from various degree programs worked on 26 different Emmy-nominated productions. A special congratulations to the four alumni who were personally nominated for their work.
Sean Brennan (Film 2006), supervising art director of “Stranger Things,” nominated for Outstanding Production Design for a Period or Fantasy Program (one hour or more).
Ben Gamble (Film 2002), camera operator for “Survivor,” nominated for Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program. Ben has been on Survivor for 10 seasons. This is Ben’s fourth Emmy nomination.
Joshua Gitersonke (Film 2007), director of photography for “The Amazing Race,” and nominated for Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program. Josh has been on the show’s camera crew for 13 years and has received 9 Emmy® nominations during his career. He won an Emmy® award in 2019 for his work on “The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special.”
John Valerio (Film 2002), editor of “The White Lotus,” nominated for Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series.
The Los Angeles Film School is proud to support the creative endeavors of its students and alumni as they journey into the entertainment industry. Since 1999, the school is rooted in Hollywood and has expanded its degree offerings online to serve students around the world. Visit lafilm.edu for more info.