Stephanie Gray is a poet and filmmaker known for short Super 8 films that explore the experience of urban space and gentrification, queer identity and feminism, and disability and class. She is the author of the poetry collections Heart Stoner Bingo (2007) and Shorthand and Electric Language Stars (2015), which includes images and stills from her films. In Artforum,Amy Taubin noted, “Poetry informs the place from which she [Gray] speaks as a moving-image maker and her camera-eye informs her words.” Gray is also the author of the chapbooks I Thought You Said It Was Sound/How Does That Sound (2012) and A Country Road Going Back in Your Direction (2015). She is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. In June 2015, the Anthology Film Archives in New York City held a retrospective of her work.