|Instruments||Vocals, Piano, Keys|
|Associated acts||Second Person|
Julia Gray, formerly Julia Johnson, is a London-born author, singer-songwriter and a founder-member of Post Trip-Hop band Second Person. Her first solo album, I Am Not The Night, recorded at Livingston Recording Studios and produced by Tristan Ivemy (Frank Turner, The Holloways), was released in May 2011 through the independent label Blue January. Her second solo album, "Robber Bride" was released in June 2014. Her first novel for young adults, "The Otherlife", will be published by Andersen Press in July 2016. In November 2009, The Telegraph reported that Johnson was engaged to film financier Calum Gray.
- Julia also wrote her first stage musical at the age of 15, entitled A Young Man With Conjunctivitis, for which she was the musical director.
- At the age of 18, she began playing solo gigs at The Kashmir Klub, prior to forming Second Person with Mark Maclaine in 2002. She currently performs her own solo material in London and elsewhere in the UK.
- In May 2009 Julia was one of the featured artists at London Songwriters Week 
- Julia played at the Launch of the 2010 Bird's Eye View Film Festival in January 2010. 
- She played a monthly residency at The Troubadour  in 2009 and 2010, and performed at Bestival in September 2011 and 2012.
- "Robber Bride" - Julia Gray - writer/performer (2014: ALBUM)
- I Am Not The Night - Julia Gray - writer/performer (2011: ALBUM)
- Come to Dust - Second Person : Writer/Singer/Pianist/Lyricist (2011: ALBUM)
- City Rats : Composer/Singer/Pianist (2008: FEATURE FILM - Face Films/Scanner Rhodes Productions)
- "Wood - Second Person" : Writer/Singer/Pianist (2007: MUSIC VIDEO - MTV, VH1 & YouTube featured video)
- The Elements - Second Person : Writer/Singer/Pianist (2007: ALBUM)
- "Spilt Milk - Second Person" : Writer/Singer/Pianist (2007: MUSIC VIDEO - MTV, VH1 & YouTube featured video)
- Live at the Bedford - Second Person : Singer/Pianist (2006: DVD)
- Streetball Extreme: Battle for Europe : Co-Composer (2006: TV SERIES - Extreme Sports Channel)
- Gen:Ex : Series Theme Composer (2006: TV SERIES - Extreme Sports Channel)
- The Passenger : Composer/Singer (2006: SHORT FILM)
- Snows in the House 3 : Composer (2004: FEATURE DOCUMENTARY FILM)
- Verbier Ride 2004 : Co-Composer (2004: TV SERIES - Channel 4)
- Chromatography - Second Person : Writer/Singer/Pianist (2004: ALBUM)
- Snows in the House 2 : Co-Composer (2003: FEATURE DOCUMENTARY FILM)
- Walker, Tim (20 November 2009), "Boris Johnson's sister Julia takes her turn in the spotlight", The Telegraph, London
- Second Person in The Independent (23rd Oct 2002: pg 12)
- BBC Radio 2 Interview (The Weekender with Matthew Wright - 3rd Nov 2005)
- Future Music Magazine interview (Nov 2005)