Me and My Emmy: Lena Glikson
The music editor appreciates working on a show she also loved as a viewer.
Emmy Tally: One
How She Got the Gold: For outstanding sound editing for a comedy or drama series (one hour) in 2022, as a music editor for Netflix's Stranger Things.
Now for the Noms: Glikson won on her first nomination.
Delayed Reaction: "Winning an Emmy was very unexpected. I believed in our team and our work, but I had never been lucky when it came to awards. So it took me a few days to realize I actually got an Emmy."
Song of the Summer: "'Running Up That Hill' was used in a potent sequence, but I don't think anyone could have predicted it would achieve such a level of success. I'm very grateful to all the Stranger Things fans for recognizing our work and to Kate Bush for her fantastic song!"
Not Strange: "What made working on Stranger Things so unique for me was that it's a fascinating project that I adore as a viewer. Plus, we had an amazing music and post-production team. I want to thank the Duffer Brothers. Projects like this are true gems."
Fashion Statement: "On awards night, wearing a dress by a Ukrainian brand was a way to show support for the people of Ukraine during these devastating times. The brand is called Milla and was founded by sisters Zoryana and Iryna Senyshyn. My intention was to bring attention to the ongoing war and the people who have lost homes and loved ones."
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This article originally appeared in emmy magazine issue #1, 2023.