Rachel’s Notable Modeling Work

I modeled steadily from May 2006 until July 2012 and stepped back in front of the camera from time to time after that. During that time, I worked with numerous photographers, stylists, and other models. I had numerous opportunities throughout the years. Some of my notable projects and collaborations are:

  • P&L Motorsports 2007 Calendar: July
  • GT Motoring: HIN 2007, HIN Nightshift 2008, 2009 D1GP
  • Josie O’Kain Costume Shop: Costume Book
  • 2008 & 2009 VOP Fashion & Rock Show
  • Erika Hendrix Clothing Designer (MM# 634088)
  • Chicago Professional Photographers Association: July 2008 – Pierre & Anna Stephenson
  • Clubline Chicago Magazine: July 2008, Page 47
  • The Sound Faction
  • Andrew Osafo for Kwabena
  • VaVaVroom Clothing
  • “Handbras for Boobies” Breast Cancer Awareness Poster
  • 2010 Milwaukee MM M&G/Fashion Show
  • Meow Kiki 2010 Collection
  • Designer Cal G J-na
  • Organizer/Host & Model for the “Pink for October” Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Group Shoot
  • Featured on Dr. David A. Kanarek, DDS, GAMD’s “Top Doc Chicago” Page
  • Print hung at Doris Bridal in Highwood, IL
  • Self-portrait featured with S.W.E.A.T. at the 2011 Dirty Show, Detroit, MI
  • Featured in Episode 89 of the Photographer & Model Podcast
  • Tembis Boutique Spring 2011 Catalog
  • Billboard for D’Andrea Bridal Show, shot by Studio B Photography
  • Amel Professional Hair Extensions Website
  • Hair model for Bii Hair Salon in West Dundee, Illinois for various events.
  • Hair model for Erin Puralewski’s 2015 entry for the Pravana “Show Us Your Vivids” contest.
  • Philocaly Mag Issue One, Volume Two: “Little Black Dress” Editorial by Kayleigh Kay
  • BeauNU Water Issue 2016 (Model & Wardrobe Credits): Photo set by Kayleigh Kay
  • Photo model and (uncredited) wardrobe stylist for Salon Biyoshi’s entry into the 2017 L’Oreal Professional Color & Style Trophy hair cut and color contest. Salon won Second Place in their category and was the overall People’s Choice award winner.
  • Runway model for Knoxville’s inaugural 2017 CreepyCon fashion show, showcasing costumes from Party City.

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