2022 First Quarter Newsletter

Some of our favorite projects from the first 90 days of 2022.

By: Peter Gray

By: Peter Gray

At Gray Media, we tell stories. Today, we want to reflect back on some of those great stories from the first quarter of 2022. 

Last December, we created a reel that shared our vision of “Capturing Real Moments”. Moments that make us feel joy, sadness, curiosity, excitement; the whole spectrum of human emotion. As film makers, we want produce pieces that stay true to that vision. 

Below are a few projects from these past 90 days. We are beyond grateful for the opportunity to work with these great organizations and look forward to capturing more real moments in 2022.

Coffee Oasis: A Place to Belong

As the title suggests, Coffee Oasis provides a place for youth to belong and thrive. Since its inception in 1997, Coffee O has provided real hope to youth in our communities. 


Belief in the mission and forming relationships were two common threads that ran throughout this project. As Megan Biffert mentions in the video, “it’s a mission in community”. 


Proliance Puget Sound Orthopedics: Recruiting Video

Recruiting videos have become a necessity over this past year. Proliance Puget Sound Orthopedics wanted a video that would highlight the many great aspects of working as a nurse/technician in the surgery center. It wasn’t difficult to find workers eager to share their positive experience at PSO!


Pierce County: Illicit Discharge

This video for Pierce County was one of the most unique and informative projects of the year! We learned about the importance of storm drain maintenance for our ecosystem. This video will be used for new employee training on how to detect and report illicit discharge. Another reminder that video is a very effective way to educate an audience. Remember, “Only rain down the drain!”. 


Special thanks to Jacob for being an amazing actor in freezing cold Washington weather!


The Walsh Group: Design Build Competition

This project was the result of filming that spanned over the course of a couple years! In this video we highlight how Walsh, along with their partners, executed the Progressive Design-Build construction delivery method. 

The goal of this project was to show how the Walsh team provided novel solutions to substantial problems in the design-build process. 


This brand new building provided some beautiful backdrops for interviews and drone footage. Check it out!


L’Arche Tahoma Hope:
“Weaving Connections”

L’Arche’s mission to “make known the gifts of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, revealed through mutually transforming relationships” has always stuck with us. They truly live this mission out and we wanted to convey that in this year’s auction video for L’Arche. The people of L’Arche are living the good life!

Looking to the rest of this year, we are excited to grow with our clients and continue to hone our craft. 

If you have a story to tell, don’t hesitate to reach out and schedule a meeting. Let’s make your vision a reality!