ENGINEER OF ARTISTIC EXPOSURE.
Rachel has been producing since 2005 when she co-produced and assistant directed NYU's GAP production of Of Mice and Men. Since then she has produced both Hamlet at Atlantic Stage Two (3 IT Award Nominations) and a sold-out run of The Lonesome West at 440 Studios, assistant directed by Red L Engineer of Artistic Exposure, Daniel Halden. It was during this production that Rachel and Daniel decided to form Red Elevator and continue working together post-graduation. Rachel trained at NYU with the Atlantic Theatre Company for three years and with Stonestreet Studios for one. Some of her favorite theatre roles tackled during college include Maria in Twelfth Night and Duckling in Our Country's Good. Since Stonestreet, most of Rachel's efforts have been focused on film, both in front of the camera and as a publicist for genre film. Currently, she is also working as the PR Director for LA based theater company, cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA. When she isn't acting, producing or publicizing, Rachel enjoys seeing movies (and becoming really obsessive about them during Oscar season), watching way too much TV, racking up achievements on her Xbox, knitting scarves for her friends that take years to finish-literally, reading books & comics, taking pictures of her friends and posting them all over the internet (much to their chagrin) and learning to love her new home, Los Angeles.