The Pyramid Code has aired on national Television in 34 countries and has been translated into several languages. The series was nominated for Best Doc of 2010 by Documentary Channel! The Pyramid Code rose to #2 on the Amazon.com Bestsellers list in its category.
Jay Arthur Sterrenberg, Associate Producer and Editor for The Pyramid Code, is a New York based filmmaker, editor and educator with over a dozen years experience whose work has appeared on HBO, Arte, ESPN and PBS. He's worked in post-production on feature documentaries such as King Corn (Independent Lens, 2008), Emmy Nominated Section 60: Arlington National Cemetery (HBO, 2008), Emmy Nominated Good Fortune (POV, 2010), and as one of the lead editors for Wartorn 1861-2010 (HBO, 2010) an in-depth look at Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the American Military which had it's world premiere at the Pentagon and was awarded a special honor recognizing "television with a conscience" by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Jay is a co-founder of the Meerkat Media Collective, an award-winning interdisciplinary collection of artists. Jay edited, co-shot and co-directed the collectives first feature length documentary Stages which won Best Documentary and the Audience Award when it premiered at the HBO New York International Latino Film Festival.
Michael Damon has won the following awards for music composition: (1) Best Short Film, 2007, Big Apple Film Festival for Jeffrey; (2) Best of the Fest, 2006, LA Shorts Fest for The Tested; and (3) Best Short Film, 2004, Sundance Festival for Gowanus, Brooklyn. His pieces have been placed in network promos for Medium, Justice, House, Law & Order: SVU, Third Watch, The Biggest Loser, and Monk. Michael's film scoring credits include Twice as Dead, Peripheral Vision, and The Ninja Way. His compositions range from subtle ambient soundscapes to epic cinematic themes, encompassing a wide range of styles and influences. A multi-instrumentalist and music producer, Michael operates a composing and post-production studio under the name Virtual Productions.
Jump Studio's ground-breaking technology is on the forefront of the film and television industry making The Pyramid Code’s 3D motion graphics and branding package delightfully unique and deliciously edgy. Jump Studios broadcast design work has been seen on major Canadian and US television networks – ESPN, Fox, CBS, ABC, CBC, CTV, NBC, HBO, Star Choice, Movie Central, Family Channel, and Super Channel. Jump designed award-winning packages for the Olympic Games, the WNBA Super Bowl, and the Stanley Cup Playoffs which earned them 3 Emmy® Awards, 3 Broadcast Design Awards, 12 Telly’s, 2 US Film Festival Awards and more than 20 regional AMPIA Awards.