In December 2000 he began his career creating and writing the comic strip “Saturday Afternoon” in which Baldoon an eight year old boy found adventure in an imaginary world inside a framed photograph.
“The Incredible Conduit” was launched as a cartoon strip for the CanWest chain of newspapers in August 2009. In 2010 it was contracted out to Legacy Comics Publishing to be published in comic book format.
Gray purchased a 50% ownership of Legacy Comics in 2011.
Also in 2011, Gray and David Finch along with musician Andrew Barlow (formerly of the “Doomsday Dogs”) and sound engineer, Scott Barlow founded Glass Monkey Studios to provide a start to finish facility for their various illustration, animation and film ventures.
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