Micah Cormier, who produced Cornell's sesquicentennial film Glorious to View, is an award-winning producer and director specializing in non-fiction programs and documentaries. He has worked at ABC News, HBO, PBS, and independent production companies in New York City.
As an associate producer, Micah worked on the Peabody Award-winning programs Cancer: Evolution to Revolution (HBO) and Egg: The Arts Show (PBS). He also produced several episodes of Stories of the Innocence Project (Court TV), which won the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award for best TV program of the year about the criminal justice system.
He was a co-producer of HBO's Emmy-Award winning documentary The Addiction Project.
Micah's work for Cornell University has been re-posted by cbsnews.com and PopularScience.com and has received two Cine Golden Eagle awards and a CASE award.
Micah's film Cornell University: Glorious to View celebrates what makes Cornell University so special.