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Kay D. Ray and Patrice Rushen

Kay D. Ray (left) with composer and pianist Patrice Rushen

 
 
 

Lady Be Good

Lady Be Good; Instrumental Women In Jazz
is currently in the distribution phase. Find out more…

 

Returning to Seattle from film and video work in Vancouver, B. C. and Los Angeles, producer and director Kay D. Ray worked with Microsoft Studios for four years and was the senior film producer for Experience Music Project where she developed and created over 85 films and directed numerous interviews.

Recent Film Producing and Directing includes:

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New MOHAI films, Celluloid Seattle, Essential Seattle
Museum of History and Industry, Seattle

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Startup: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution
for Weatherhead Experience Design Group, Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque

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Documentary film: Anne Gould Hauberg, Visionary
For Northwest Designer Crasftsman

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Documentary film: Ernestine Anderson: There Will Never Be Another You
For One Reel/Bumbershoot

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Kay also just filmed and directed three films for special needs schools in Granada, Nicaragua.

Kay is in the distribution phase of her feature documentary film Lady Be Good; Instrumental Women In Jazz, a segment of which, Music With The Hormel Girls, is at the SPAM Museum. She was co-curator and filmmaker for Jumpin' With The Big Bands with the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane, Washington. She is also co-producer of a kiosk with Frause Visual for the Washington State Historical Society Women's Vote, Women's Voices.

 

 

 

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