Rachelle J. Gray is an Afro-Barbadian American writer, communications specialist, photographer, and creative consultant. She is the former editor-in-chief of BimROCK Magazine, and has also written for Island Life Magazine and Innovate Barbados.
After graduating SUNY - Buffalo State College with Bachelor’s degrees in Broadcast Production and Business Studies, she spent the early part of her career as a photojournalist for Barbados' leading newspaper, the Nation, before establishing her boutique multimedia agency GrayWorks Media in 2003. A social entrepreneur, she founded I-Queen, a cultural festival that promoted Afro-Caribbean women in the arts, education, and entertainment. As an exhibiting photographer, her work has been shown at MoCADA, and Queen's Park Gallery.
A mother of one and an auntie to many, she is an avid gardener, music enthusiast, and dancer who enjoys a good laugh and a spicy story. Living and working between the USA, Barbados, and Senegal, Kingstown Burning is her debut novel.