We are Sound Mind Productions.

We have over twenty years of experience in the media industry working on unique and significant projects, making engaging and enlightening works. We are committed to balancing the creative and resource dependent aspects to achieve the final vision of a client. Familiarity with the high demands and deadlines of media production helps us in every phase from conception through delivery, in production and post-production. Our personal objective is to produce compelling, creative, informational and entertaining programming.

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Lisa Gray

Lisa Gray is a seasoned non-fiction director, producer, project supervisor, and audio engineer. For over twenty years she’s pursued unique and significant projects, collaborating with clients to make engaging and enlightening works. In that time she’s created documentaries for many of the top broadcasters including PBS, National Geographic, Netflix, Discovery Channel, OWN, A&E, Lifetime and NPR. Selected works include: Microsoft podcastsElephant Talk Podcast, Mindfulness Daily at Work, Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru (Feature Documentary), The System with Joe Berlinger (Documentary TV Series), city.ballet. (Documentary Online Series), Hard Time (Documentary TV Series), New York Goes to War (Feature Documentary TV), Liner Notes (Radio Series)Five Days In July (Radio Drama Feature).

Hear what our clients have to say...

  • Well made and polished series. Great content and guests. Love the focus of each episode and the hosts really know their subject and audience. Ideal for lunch breaks, the drive to work or a spare hour on the weekend!

    Microsoft Sharepoint
  • A courageous work that examines some of the tough questions that sooner or later we will all have to face.

    A Good End
  • Nate does a wonderful job sharing his journey of healing. I would recommend this podcast to anyone who has dealt with spiritual abuse, coming out, or experienced trauma. This podcast is also wonderful for therapists. Nate tells his story beautifully, and is so easily relatable!

    The Other Side of Saved