It’s Not Pork Productions LLC was created by John D. Gray of Gray Ventures LLC to bring new and exciting content through film production to an ever-discerning viewer base. John D. Gray is an experienced business executive, working most recently as Director of Corporate Strategy for an NYSE-listed aviation services business in Chicago. Over the years, he has selectively invested in content creation and film production projects based on specific criteria.
The media and entertainment worlds have evolved in recent times to become a multi-billion-dollar market, with thousands of businesses and practitioners across the globe. Photography stands alone as an important part of content creation and the media industry as a whole, and the team at Gray Visuals LLC looks to raise the bar in the market. In a similar vein, John D. Gray is bringing his passion and eye for excellence to film production with the formation of It’s Not Pork Productions LLC.
It’s Not Pork Productions LLC operates in the unscripted television sector and focuses on projects in the music and food-related segments, helping to create thought-provoking yet entertaining content. The company operates within the film production industry and has unique competencies dealing with East Asian market, specifically mainland China.
Gray Visuals LLC is a fine art photography business that shoots, develops, and publishes still images across a diverse set of subject matter. The company focuses specifically in travel photography, wildlife photography, sports photography, and photojournalism.
For more information about Gray Visuals LLC and work from John D. Gray, please visit: http://gray.photography/.
About John D. Gray
John D. Gray is a photographer, film producer, artist, business executive, and lover of food. John recently worked as Director of Corporate Development for a Chicago-based aviation services business with over $1 billion in revenue. John graduated from Northwestern University, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, with a dual degree in International Studies and Asian Languages and Civilizations. He began his career as an investment banking analyst and was based in Beijing, China for more than three years, where he consulted for domestic Chinese companies and multinational corporations.