Elizabeth Gray Bayne is the founder of graybayne film/media, a full-service production company that produces films, PSAs and digital content for universities, nonprofits and government agencies. She has taught community-based storytelling and documentary filmmaking at public health departments and high schools across Los Angeles County. An award-winning filmmaker focused on health and social issue-based projects, Elizabeth earned her Masters of Public Health from Yale University and MFA in film from the Art Center College of Design.
She has produced documentary and PSA content for MIT, USC, and the LA County Department of Public Health and her personal projects have received generous grants from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Glassbreaker Films, and the Center for Cultural Innovation. Her narrative and nonfiction work has appeared on cable network Aspire TV, ABC and the Smithsonian Channel. Her latest film “Continuing A Legacy,” a short documentary following a year-in-the-life of a Black cowboy family, won Best Documentary Short at the 2021 BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta. She is currently in post-production on "Chocolate Milk" a feature-length documentary about the gaps in birth and breastfeeding outcomes for Black families.
11-year old London is the daughter of legendary jockey and exercise rider for California Chrome Dihigi Gladney. The film follows her third competitive season as she works to make her mark in the junior rodeo and step out from under her father’s shadow. While London juggles school, family and her spirited horse Big Red, her parents work to keep the family afloat and fund their daughter’s passion to compete.
Film Link: https://vimeo.com/547657107