Geoffrey de Valois' programs have been seen in over 70 countries and have won numerous awards, including Best Documentary at both the Mill Valley and San Jose Film Festivals, 3 CINE Golden Eagles, 2 Houston International Film Festival Gold Awards, 2 US Film Festival Gold Camera Awards, and several CINDY and TELLY Awards.
Geoffrey de Valois' award-winning work is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim Museum, the IBM Gallery of Science and Art, the Long Island Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Broadcasting, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Santa Ana Modern Museum of Art, the Computer Museum of Boston, the National Museums of Canada, the Musee D'Art Contemporain de Montreal, and the Museum of Science and Technology in Hong Kong.
Geoffrey de Valois' work has been profiled in American Cinematograher, Broadcast, Computer Pictures, Daily Variety, Electronic Media, Forbes Magazine, L'Express, Los Angeles Daily News, Omni Magazine, Post Magazine, Verbum, the Washington Post, and Weekly Reader; and seen on CNN, CNBC, Entertainment Tonight, EXTRA, Financial News Network, Inside Edition, and E! Entertainment.
He is also a published author, with books for both the IEEE Computer Society Press and Draculina Press; and is a songwriter/producer with 2 CD's in current release with his band NightFire. His 1995 cult feature film "Vampire Conspiracy" was the first full length film to be netcast in streaming video on the internet.
Geoffrey de Valois's production company, Digital Entertainment Group, helped revolutionize the visual effects/computer animation industry by introducing the use of desktop PC's to create network and studio quality animation; and helped pioneer the creation of computer generated "synthetic" actors. DEG has created computer animation sequences for ABC, Buena Vista TV, Columbia Pictures TV, Disney Home Video, Fox TV, Lifetime TV, and the Playboy Channel.
Starting Fall 2003, Geoffey de Valois will be producing and directing the internet thriller feature film "dot-com The Movie", about hate crimes, IPO's and the internet. Since line producing the survivalist thriller HBO feature film "Massive Retaliation" in 1984, he has had a long term interest in exposing the dangers posed by right-wing hate groups.
Following "dot-com The Movie" he will be creating the 4th program in the "Computer Visions" series entitled "Computer Worlds".