Writer, code witch, & video creative.
How Fatimah Asghar Got Out Of Her Own Head to Create “Brown Girls”
About The Writer
Gabrielle Noel is a New York City based published writer. She is also a video creative, graphic artist & woman who codes. Her writing talks about race, gender, politics, self care and astrology. She has interviewed many celebrities and public figures including Draya Michele, Monica Style Muse, Elexus Jionde, Taylour Paige, Reyna Biddy and Antje Utgaard. Some of her work is featured below.
Previously a contributing writer for Creative Monday, currently writes as an editorial intern for Galore Mag. She also blogs
. Contact her at gnoel2825[at]gmail.com for collaboration.
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