Aussie sound house Nylon Studios' latest work scores three nominations at 69th Emmy Awards

Love Has No Labels Love Cam.jpgAustralia's premier sound house, Nylon Studios has announced it has recently delivered on the sound design for three projects nominated at this year's 69th Emmy Awards - the most prestigious award in television for content.



Nominated under category Outstanding Commercial, both the Ad Council campaign Love Has No Labels spots 'Love Cam' and 'We Are America' received nominations, whilst in Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program, Amazon program 'The Man in the High Castle: Resistance Radio' has also been recognised.
Love Has No Labels We Are America.jpgSays Hamish Macdonald, global executive producer, Nylon Studios: "It's a great honour for us to see these impactful pieces of work receive applause from one of the world's most distinguished and competitive TV award shows in the world, if not the most.

"The team's talent, passion and commitment have really come together to help make this a possibility, and I'd like to make particular note of Rob Ballingall, our engineer in the New York studio, for utilising his immense talent across all three projects, among many others too."



Resistance Radio.jpgThe recent success comes off the back of Nylon Studios taking home an impressive Cannes 2017 haul, including 5 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze Lions for Tide campaign 'Bradshaw Stain' and the now Emmy-nominated 'The Man in the High Castle: Resistance Radio'.



Adds Macdonald: "I'm so proud of both our New York and Sydney studios for consistently working to such a high calibre to bring us alongside the incredible partners we work with; namely Saatchi & Saatchi New York, Campfire, R/GA, Tool of North America, MJZ, Amazon.com and Danger Mouse." 

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