Blog content and curation
Long-form research works
Contemporary art and the surrounding market, Fashion, Cats, Social Advocacy
Rachel completed her BA in 2006, undertaking a senior thesis tracking mythological and religious fertility symbols in Herman Melville's Moby Dick. She has significant undergraduate coursework in Art History and History, in addition to English.
Rachel completed a year of postbaccalaureate coursework at the graduate level at New York's presitiogious Columbia University.
Rachel started her research in non-traditional and outsider art during her time at Pratt, where she undertook a significant literature-review based thesis surveying the shared histories and contemporary issues of outsider art and art therapy.
Rachel has extensive experience writing for agency blogs - both others and her own - on search marketing topics and best practices. She is a content marketing expert, which means she knows everything up-to-date about SEO.
Rachel has contributed content to individual real estate websites and to larger related industry websites. She has created articles ranging from interior design tips to regional area surveys.
Rachel is a content marketing expert, with significant experience writing about up-to-date trends and topics. Whether exploring social media platforms or PPC ads, she knows just how to craft content that people want to read.
Renovations are a great topic for blogs in many industries, and Rachel has experience writing on home topics ranging from antique updates to modern living. Her experience working at an architectural salvage company mean that she is more than comfortable with industry terminology.
Rachel has written both website copy and blog posts for a number of finance related topics, from bitcoins to mortgage lending.
Rachel has substantial experience in the Arts and Arts-related disciplines. Specifically, she has been responsible for crafting and maintaining e-mail and social media content for galleries, implementing PR and outreach for non-profit arts programs, and generating summaries of gallery shows and art-world related events. She is an accomplished researcher and writer in topics related to contemporary art, folk art, and visual art and craft processes.
As a New York State licensed art therapist, Rachel has run several programs ranging from serving those with developmental disabilities to people with inadequate housing. She has contributed content ranging from press releases to blog posts to grant summaries.
Rachel has both worked in the New York fashion industry and has extensive experience writing content on topics from luxury brands to kidswear. She curates and writes content for a lingerie-focused blog as a regular contributor.
Rachel has written both long and short-form content related to scientific topics from blogs on energy conservation to educational material regarding the Earth's biosystems.
As a licensed therapist, Rachel has significant clinical experience in family counseling. She has contributed a number of short and long form articles related to the topic.
Rachel has created content specific to regional travel around the world, but also has significant experience developing titles and themes for travel-related blogs that prefer more general content.
Rachel has written content on topics from weight loss to menopause, specific to the experiences of a woman.
In both her clinical studies and in her writing, Rachel has created content specifically related to childhood development and best practices in education systems.
Rachel writes as a contributor to a new website dedicated to presenting wry news to a millenial audience. She covers topics on political issues around the world.
Rachel has maintained blog content for commercial galleries, non-profits, and her own advisory service for over five years now, in addition to updating blogs in the fashion and marketing industries.
Rachel has maintained an active personal presence on Twitter, and has successfully launched Twitter campaigns for galleries in New York City.
Rachel has written articles on topics ranging from art to politics, for both print and online resources.
Rachel's first non-fiction, academic book is being released in 2017, exploring ideas of art, culture, and social action. She has an assertive research style, and is confident in her ability to synthesize information and present it appropriately and professionally.