Hank Gray: Videographer
Hank Gray is an Award Winning documentary writer, producer, and director. He received his AA degree, in broadcasting, from City College of San Francisco and through many other workshops and classes, went on to study filmmaking and screenplay writing at Stanford University. He has also studied film & video production at the UC Berkeley's Extension in Santa Clara.
For seven years Hank worked for TCI Cablevision in San Jose (currently A T&T Broadband) as a Television Director and Master Control Room operator; directing Local Origination Programming and airing Pay PerView, and other cable television programs. After completing his first script, titled 'A Time To Be Remembered; A Juneteenth Story', he left TCI Cablevision to produce and direct his first documentary. His project landed a national distributor and won 'First Place Documentary' at the 1996 Kodak Film Fest in Hollywood, where Hank Gray was honored along with Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Townsend, Pam Grier and other artists.
While a member of the San Jose Film and Video Commission Hank also worked as talent in sports promos for NFL films; A cameraman for comedy programs on HBO; Music Video and Motion Picture projects for local production companies and Universal Studios in LA. Prior to its hiatus, he directed a screenplay reading for IMAGE and was an active member. Hank has a day job at SLAC (Stanford Linear Acceleration Center) in Palo Alto and is a member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, as well as a member of there SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers).
2002-2004 Curve of Happiness Partners Productions
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