Creative Arts Emmy Winners

This afternoon in Los Angeles the Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. We’ve got the winners in the visual effects related categories after the read more. Congratulations to all those nominated and to those taking home statues tonight.

2010 Creative Arts Emmy Winners

Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation • Family Affair • CBS • A CBS Paramount Network Television production in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Sabrina Arnold, VFX Producer
Rik Shorten, VFX Supervisor
Steve Meyer, 2D Lead Artist
Derek Smith, 3D Lead Artist
Christina Spring, Compositor
Joshua Cushner, Visual Effects Cameraman
Tom Bremer, 3D Artist
Mark Byers, Special Effects Supervisor
Zach Zaubi, Compositor

Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special

The Pacific • Part Five • HBO • Playtone and Dreamworks in association with HBO Miniseries
John E. Sullivan, Senior Visual Effects Supervisor
Joss Williams, Special Effects Supervisor
Dave Taritero, Visual Effects Producer
David Goldberg, Visual Effects Supervisor
Angelo Sahin, On Set Visual Effects Supervisor -Senior SFX Technician
Marco Recuay, Digital Visual Effects Supervisor
William Mesa, Visual Effects Supervisor
Chris Bremble, Visual Effects Supervisor
Jerry Pooler, Visual Effects Supervisor

Outstanding Commercial

The Man Your Man Could Smell Like • Old Spice Body Wash
Wieden+Kennedy, Ad Agency
MJZ, Production Company

Outstanding Main Title Design

Bored To Death • HBO • Dakota Pictures, 3 Arts Entertainment /Fair Harbor Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Tom Barham, Designer/Director
Marci Ichimura, Lead Animator
Dean Haspiel, Illustrator/Artist
Mark Rubbo, Compositor

For a complete list of winners visit:

The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards are scheduled for August 29 at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. LIVE. Jimmy Fallon will host the show which will be broadcast on NBC.