Justin Gray is a bassist, composer, producer, and educator based in Toronto, Canada. His main influences include jazz, classical, Indian classical and world music. Justin is currently on faculty at Humber College, and Centennial College.

Over the course of his career, Justin has had the opportunity to perform with a wide range of internationally renowned artists, including; Josh Groban, Ingrid Jensen, Seamus Blake, Dan Weiss, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Greg Osby, Tony Mallably, John Riley and Jackie Richardson.

Additonally, he has worked with renowned Indian artists, including: Abida Parveen, Rashid Khan, Bikram Ghosh, Tejendra Mejendar, Subankar Banerjee, Shantanu Bhattacharyya, Chitraveena Ravikiran and Subhajyoti Guha.

In 2010, Justin invented and co-created the Bass Veena, an instrument designed for Indian Classical and Indo-Jazz music performance. Justin is now emerging as the first artist to perform on this instrument worldwide.

As a producer and recording ngineer, Justin has worked with a variety of jazz and world music artists, including: The Digs, Sundar Viswanathan, Ventanas, David Mott, Ed Hanley, Haniya Aslam, Waleed Abdulhamid, Ernie Tollar, Merriam Tollar and Brian O'Kane.

Justin has received a number of awards and distinctions, including: 2015 CFMA Nomination for Best World Group and Best Instrumental Group (Monsoon), 2015 for Toronto Arts Foundation Emerging Jazz Artist Award, 2015 Shanti Chakravorty Award, 2014 Juno Nomination (Monsoon), 2014 Nirvan Bhavan Scholarship, Moe Koffman Music Award, and 2004 Garfield Weston Merrit Award Foundation National Scholarship. Justin has also received grants from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, and Shastri Foundation to pursue recordings, original jazz compositions, and formal studies in Indian classical music.

Justin is honoured to be endorsed by: Godfrey Guitars, Mark Bass Amplifiers, Radial Engineering, La Bella Strings, Lava Cables and Source Audio Pedals.