Tim Gray has won a total of 5 Emmy Awards for his work. Four coming from the Boston/New England Emmy Awards chapter for film writing and Outstanding documentary film. In 2016, Tim also won an Emmy (his 5th overall and 3rd awarded in 2016) for Outstanding Historical Documentary from the Washington, DC/Capital Region Emmy Chapter for his film on the Doolittle Raiders.
Two WWII Foundation/Tim Gray Media films have also been honored with Indie International Film Fest Awards for writing and overall production.
Perhaps the biggest award for the World War II Foundation came when American Public Televison presented Tim Gray Media and the World War II Foundation with its APT National Programming Excellence Award for their series of documentary films on the personal stories of the WWII generation. Just five Programming Excellence Awards were given out by APT that year.
Tim works exclusively with award-winning videographer and editor Jim Karpeichik, who has won over 20 regional Emmy awards for his work and is the former Chief News Photographer at the NBC televison affiliate in Providence, RI. To view Jim’s bio, please click here.
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