Kingston, RI May 25, 2010- Tim Gray Media’s Navy Heroes of Normandy documentary film, chronicling the building and dedication of the first United States Navy monument in Normandy, France, took home two Emmy Awards Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.
Tim Gray won an Emmy for Outstanding Documentary Program Writing, his second Emmy in that category. Gray also won an Emmy for documentary writing for D-Day+62 Years: Rhode Island Veterans Return to Normandy in 2007.
Navy Heroes of Normandy Director of Photography, Jim Karpeichik-President of Ocean State Video in Cranston, RI-took home an Emmy for Outstanding Videography for a Documentary Program. Karpeichik also won in that same category in 2007 for D-Day+62 Years.
Navy Heroes of Normandy was also nominated for a third Emmy in the category of Outstanding Historical or Cultural Program.
Tim Gray Media, www.timgraymedia.com, is a full-service video production company founded in 2005. In addition to HD documentary films, TGM also produces corporate videos and web based video files. “It’s an honor to be continually recognized by your peers for the work you produce,” said Tim Gray, President of TGM.
Gray’s two documentary films on WWII are currently airing nationally on PBS stations around the country and internationally. “It’s an honor to share these amazing stories with so many people. We are losing 1,000 WWII vets a day, 30,000 a month. Soon all we will have are these films,” Gray said.