Rachel Hulin is a photographer and writer.
Her photographs have been shown at Jen Bekman Gallery, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Wallspace Gallery, The New York Photo Festival, and ClampArt Gallery, by which she is represented.
Hulin worked as a photo editor in New York for many years; titles included Rolling Stone, Radar Magazine, and Nerve.com. Her personal essays and art writing have appeared in The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, PDN, and The Photography Post, which she co-founded. She has lectured about her own work, professional practices, and about the role of social media in photography at ICP, SVA, Parsons, Brown University, RISD, and MIAD.
Editorial clients include Martha Stewart Living Magazine, The New York Times, The New Republic, and Real Simple.
She has a BA from Brown University and an MA from NYU.
Rachel's Flying Henry series is a children’s book of the same name, released by PowerHouse Books in 2013.
Her first novel, Hey Harry Hey Matilda, was released by Doubleday in 2017.