At this year’s British Academy Television Craft Awards, Tanya Lodge took home the award for excellence in make-up and hair design for her work on “San Junipero” (Black Mirror). Lodge has been working in the film industry for over a decade.
This award was proudly sponsored by Make-Up Artist magazine (a first for the magazine) as well as M.A.C. Cosmetics. The ceremony was held Sunday, April 23, at The Brewery in London. Make-Up Artist magazine’s publisher, Michael Key, was in attendance.
The nominees for the make-up and hair design category represented a range of period make-up and hair designs. The “San Junipero” episode of Black Mirror has received critical acclaim; it’s from the third season of the science fiction series and takes place in 1987 in a beach resort town. Some of Lodge’s other works include Kill Your Friends, 100 Streets and numerous episodes of the TV shows Misfits and Off the Hook.
The other make-up and hair design nominees were: Jacqueline Fowler for War & Peace; Nic Collins for Victoria; and Vanessa White, Floris Schuller and Neill Gorton for Tracey Ullman’s Show.
Make-Up Artist magazine was honored to be a part of the Craft Awards this year, and will continue to look for ways to support, develop and promote make-up artistry. The magazine has been acknowledging and educating make-up artists for more than 20 years. Every year the magazine brings together thousands of make-up artists, exhibitors and enthusiasts for the International Make-Up Artist Trade Show (IMATS). Learn more about the event here.