I’m Daniel Gray, and I’m the owner and director at Gray Media Productions. I graduated from Gonzaga University in the spring of 2014 with a degree in Electronic Media and Broadcasting. Soon after, I started Gray Media Productions with the mission of creating high quality digital content for people, businesses and organizations in the community. Nearly seven years later, we’ve delivered hundreds of videos for dozens of clients both regionally and nationally. I look forward to the next seven years as we continue to grow and work to serve those in our community.
My name is Cheyenne Boone and I’m originally from Upstate New York, where I attended college at Rochester Institute of Technology to earn my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Photojournalism. I moved to Washington after graduating to work as a photojournalist for the Tacoma News Tribune. A fun fact about me is that I love to travel. I’ve been to Sweden, Italy, Greece and I studied abroad in New Zealand for six months. Throughout my travels and career, I have always enjoyed sharing stories with others, and I cannot wait to have the opportunity to learn your stories and bring them to life!
Hello! My name is Phillip (Phil) Stefoglo. My passion for digital media started in 2019 with making skate videos and taking studio/product photos for clothing brands.
Outside of media production I love to skateboard, design, and produce clothes. I have two clothing brands and have found a secondary passion in graphic design. It has been a pleasure to work with the team producing professional media content. I look forward to meeting new clients and continuing to help you market and grow your business via digital media.
Gray Media Productions was founded in 2014, but the dream was cultivated far before that. From a young age, founder Daniel Gray spent his free time making videos on the family camcorder, where he became fascinated with the medium. Looking back, it was his curiosity towards video that sparked the dream to pursue media production as a full time career. Now, more than a decade later, the vision has become a reality. While the old fashioned camcorder has kicked the bucket, the passion for creating captivating digital media remains.