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Designer Gone Wild: Lisa Gray

We’re catching up with each of the stars of our upcoming event Designers Gone Wild to see what makes them tick as they get set for a night of cross-firing ideas and creative curveballs.

First cab off the rank is Lisa Gray, the extremely talented Head of Content at visionary production company, the Feds.

Check out the rest of the post below, and grab your tickets for Designers Gone Wild, showcased at this year’s Vivid Ideas, to see Lisa take on our other Designers: Tim Horton, Michael Alvisse, and Simone LeAmon.

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Last week we met up with the too modest, award-winning, and extremely talented Ms Lisa Gray, Head of Content at production company, the Feds, catching her for a coffee on her way to work.

Lisa epitomises the sort of design professional our creative community needs; a visionary doing some ground-breaking work at the intersection of multiple creative disciplines, cross-pollinating projects across fields and markets.

Her work has spanned interactive initiatives that involve the art and music industries, as well as the digital sphere in it’s multiple forms, with a particular interest in hybrid formats. Last year, Lisa, alongside associate producer Claire Marshall, beat five finalists from Italy, Spain and Ireland to take out the top prize at the International Pitch Competition at Cannes with their reality TV horror hybrid Zombie Bootcamp.

Lisa’s also been responsible for a string of other interactive initiatives including Stay Tuned, an interactive music show for ABC3, and The New Crowd, an international commission for MTV.

Stay tuned as we’ll be catching up with the rest of our featured designers in the lead up to our upcoming Vivid Ideas event, Designers Gone Wild on May 25.

We’re hugely excited to share Lisa’s experiences and talents with you on a night that will be part housewarming and part designers-gone-wild; an opening night party that will be a celebration of innovation, playfulness, and design-in-practice…


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