Flowers have always inspired me so much…
Rachel is an internationally-recognised artist and portrait photographer based in London, UK and France. She is passionate about female empowerment and creating art celebrating womanhood’s strength and beauty. From bold portraits that explore societal evolution to artistic nudes that honour the female experience, Rachel’s work encourages us to embrace our unique identity.
Her project, “From Being Seen to Being Heard: The Silent Heroines of the Quiet Rebellion”, is a conceptual creation inspired by artists like Artemesia Gentileschi and Renaissance-era works. This project strives to grow louder with each progressive era, ultimately advocating for women’s rights.
Beyond this, Rachel works on projects like the Joyful Journey Series. This series celebrates the joy of self-discovery and emboldens female expression. Each piece captures the spirit of independent women, expressed in iconic European cities like Florence, Paris, and Venice. Rachel also pursues Expressive Bodies, a project that explores nudity intending to show the powerful female body as a vehicle for expression.
In addition to artistic projects, Rachel uses her analogue medium format cameras to spotlight moments through land and urban photography. As a contemporary feminist artist, her work navigates between audacity and elegance.