Homeschooled selected to be part of The FENCE 2017 — in the PEOPLE category. The large scale outdoor photography exhibition is up at Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City until September, 2017 then travels to Denver, CO, Santa Fe, NM, Atlanta, GA, Durham, NC, Boston, MA and Houston, TX.
Homeschooled book signing at AIPAD / The Photography Show at ClampArt's booth
Homeschooled selected by Elizabeth Avedon as one of 2016 Best Photography Books
Homeschooled featured on LENSCRATCH
Homeschooled featured on BBC World News
Homeschooled featured on CNN
Rachel's work featured on Childhood Unplugged
Homeschooled featured on LensCulture
Homeschooled featured in Gup Magazine
Homeschooled featured in Visual Arts Journal
Desperately Perfect featured on Feature Shoot and Daily Mail
Homeschooled Book published by Kehrer Verlag
Cortona on the Move — Homeschooled is exhibited in the sixth edition of this international photo festival in Tuscany, Italy
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Homeschooled Photobook funded on Kickstarter
Homeschooled featured on Slate
Homeschooled featured on Daily Mail
Homeschooled featured on Feature Shoot
Homeschooled featured in PDN
Homeschooled Solo Exhibition at The Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York
(April 18 - June 14, 2015)
WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath — An image from 'Serial No. 3817131' is included in this landmark traveling exhibition, including: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Annenberg Space for Photography, LA; Corcoran Gallery of Art, DC; Brooklyn Museum, NY.
Homeschooled selected as a Critical Mass Top 50 winner
The image "Roan's Room' from Homeschooled is selected as a American Photography 29 winner
Homeschooled receives an Honorable Mention at the FotoVisura Grant for Outstanding Personal Photography Project
FotoFest 2010 Biennial / Discoveries of the Meeting Place Exhibition
The exhibition is a showcase for some of the best work discovered at the previous Biennial portfolio review, chosen by ten international curators. Images from ‘Serial No. 3817131’ curated by Christopher Tannert - Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin — Allen Center One and Two, 500 Dallas, Houston, TX
Rachel wins a Lucie Award for Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year, as part of the 2009 International Photography Awards, during the Seventh Lucie Awards Gala Ceremony in New York City.
Images from Desperately Perfect were selected to appear in the American Photography 25 annual book
Desperately Perfect and Serial No. 3817131 are exhibited in Parallel Perceptions, a group exhibition organized by New York City Opera, with works by Elinor Carucci, Nikki Lee, Ryan McGinley and Christopher Morris, Lincoln Center, New York City.
Desperately Perfect and Serial No. 3817131 Solo Exhibition at ClampArt Gallery, New York City