Rachel Elizabeth Seed is a Brooklyn-based documentary storyteller working in film, photography and writing.
Her endless curiosity about human nature and photographic eye for has led to … character portraits… A contributing writer to the Sundance Institute and No Film School, L’Oleil.
Curator of the ICP exhibit OCCUPY! and curatorial assistant on Weegee: Murder Is My Business, Rachel had a blast recreating Weegee’s 1937 bedroom for the exhibit.
She is a 2017 Jerome Foundation and New York State Council On the Arts grantee and a 2017 IFP Labs Fellow for her feature film, A Photographic Memory.
Rachel’s photography and films have also received support from the Maine Media Workshops, Kentucky Foundation for Women and Roy W. Dean.
Her video work has been published in New York Magazine, Teen Vogue, BBC, NBC Left Field, etc.