– About –
Jerry Wayne is a successful entrepreneur with a long track record of founding profitable businesses in the production and entertainment industries. Embracing the entrepreneurial spirit of Las Vegas, Jerry founded Group Media Productions in 1985 and quickly established himself as a technological pioneer. One of the first producer/directors to use 35 mm film in local and regional commercial productions, Jerry improved the quality and production value of Las Vegas commercials by bringing experienced Hollywood film technicians to the market. Under his leadership, Group Media Productions expanded its scope to provide clients with complete advertising campaigns, including all components of print design and production, music, radio & television commercials.
Securing Sony Systems in 1991, he designed and built Post Digital, the first all-digital editing facility in Nevada. Between the two companies, Jerry built an extensive client list including; all major hotels and casinos, Fox Broadcasting, NBC, ABC, CBS, TNT, Showtime, USA, MTV, VH-1, and ESPN. A producer of awards shows for Addys and Comdex. His company also did work for the Billboard Music Awards and ShoWest. The work generated by both companies won numerous awards, including; Electronic Media Awards, Telly Awards, and Addy Awards. Selling his companies in 1998, Jerry now resides in both Las Vegas and Laguna Beach.
In 2003 he formed Walk on the Beach Productions to focus his efforts on Independent Film production. In 2005 Jerry produced the independent film "Broken," starring Heather Graham and Jeremy Sisto. The film premiered at the AFI Film Festival in November of 2006 and premiered in New York in October of 2007.