Rachel Elizabeth Seed is a Brooklyn-based documentary storyteller working in film, photography and writing.

With an endless curiosity for outliers and trailblazers, Rachel loves making films and photographs about people doing unexpected things in unexpected places.

Her video work has been published and featured in New York Magazine, the New York Times, TIME, Teen Vogue, BBC, and NBC Left Field and she is a contributing cinematographer on several award-winning feature documentaries.

She is a recent 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, the Kentucky Foundation for Women and the Roy W. Dean grant.

When not making films, she writes for the Sundance Institute and No Film School, curates exhibits and events and is co-founder of the Brooklyn Documentary Club.