Rachel is a social and visual designer currently living in El Dorado Hills, CA. She has worked as a freelance designer, photographer and as a social innovator since earning her BFA in 2015.
Understanding that design is change, she has used her creativity and empathy to turn complex social problems into simple solutions through human-centered design and communication. Today, she continues to create design that makes change by breaking down social barriers and giving the people a voice through collaboration.
Rachel has her BFA in Graphic design from La Sierra University and her MFA in Design for Social Innovation from DSISVA. She has been featured in the LA Times, Pasadena NOW online newspaper, and Brandstater Gallery for her work. She has also won awards from the One Club and Spark Design Awards.
DESIGN IS SO SIMPLE, THAT’S WHY IT’S SO COMPLICATED