Carol Gay was born in 1976 in São Paulo. Graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from Mackenzie University in 2000. She studied personal language with the artist Silvio Dworecki (1994 -1997); participated in the workshop "Building Object" in MuBE, with Fernando and Humberto Campana designers from 1999 to 2000; studied sculpture workshop at FAAP, with the Greek artist Nicolas Vlavianos in 2005; and lighting workshop at SENAC, with the German designer Tobias Reischle in 2005.
She worked as a designer for Tok & Stok from 2002 to 2004.
Taught workshops at the University La Sapienza in Rome, Italy, and MuBE - Brazilian Museum of Escultura- and I.E.D. - Istituto Europeo de Design - in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
In 2004 was selected among eight young designers in the world to participate in the workshop "Il vetro per tempered her home and her ristorazione" in Bormioli Rocco company in Fidenza, Italy.
In 2006 he was invited to participate in the exhibition 'Global Wallpaper Edit', organized by Wallpaper magazine, the Armani theater during the First Salone del Mobile in Milan, Italy.
In 2014 he joined the design group (IN) arterial runoff curated by Waldick Jatoba.
In the same year was selected among 28 designers in the world to participate in the fair environment in the Talents area - a platform for designers on the rise - in Frankfurt, Germany.
In 2016 he joined the design team of Nicoli Gallery based in Sao Paulo.
It was nominated for the award XXI TOP Design Award Brazil created by the magazine Arc Design ranking among the three finalists in the lighting category.
In 2017 he was nominated for the House VII Claudia Award getting among the three finalists in the lighting category.
She has publications in several books, the latest being the trendsetter publications Li Edelkoort, Brazil Bloom - Bloom Tasty and Brazil - Faith; Modern Mobile in Brazil Maria Cecilia Loschiavo and Design Brasileiro Fixtures / Lamps Design Brazilian Marcelo Vasconcellos and Nothing If Leva.
Participates in exhibitions in Brazil, USA, Europe and Asia since 2000.
Currently works as a designer and architect in her studio in São Paulo.