Gray’s search for sacred light in six continents has earned her the title of Master Photographer by the Professional Photographers of America. As a fine artist and a photographer the brush and the camera has merged to create Gray’s Limited Edition “Cowboy Heaven” Book and Fine Art prints. This body of work that Gray has been creating for several years is another expression of her photography. Her art tells stories of Royalty, Presidents, Diplomats, Mayan Civilizations, and Cowboys.
Gray photographed the last formal portrait of Princess Grace of Monaco in addition to creating an official government stamp portrait of Prince Ranier III and Princess Grace. In 1998 she traveled to India to photograph royal subjects and other dignitaries, as well as many top CEOs and executives of corporate America. Her style is recognized by many of her famous clients, including President Jimmy Carter, President George W. Bush, Sophia Loren, President of Mexico Jose Lopez Portillo, Farrah Fawcett, Rod Stewart, Lady Bird Johnson, Baroness de Nadine Rothschild, and Tommy Lee Jones. In 2000 her fine art watercolor prints of the White House were used as diplomatic gifts by President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore.
Gray’s photographic art has won numerous “Best of Show” awards and her salon exhibitions have been acclaimed throughout the United States. In 1996 she was awarded the degree of Master Photographer from the Professional Photographers Association of America for her photographic accomplishments. In 2006 Women In Photography International Turning Silver, 25th Anniversary, Gray took home first place. Since 1983 she has produced and directed children’s television documentaries, for which she has won numerous awards, including a national “Best Programming” award for children. Gray has also played an active role in the community by chairing over thirty non-profit events and organizations.
Source: Women That Soar