is a British documentary filmmaker and video journalist currently living in Berlin. Having graduated with a degree in digital film production Rachel went on to work as a video editor for the global research agency Firefish. Here she edited a variety of short documentary projects communicating insights to leading publications, brands and charities including the Guardian, Vans and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
Her work screened at the Barbican in London for the Internet Advertising Bureau’s Engage conference in 2014.Her independent documentary films have screened at festivals internationally. Blue and The Bughouse premiered in 2012 at the international short film festival, Brief Encounters. The film then went on to become part of the European Cultural Foundations’ Doc Next Network. In 2009 Rachel was a cinematographer for the short documentary film, Launderette, which screened at a number of festivals including the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam 2011, the BFI Future Film Festival 2011, Seville European Film Festival 2011 and the London International Documentary festival 2010.
Rachel has applied documentary film to help promote a variety of charities and social enterprises including The Bath Soup Company, Achieving With Autism and most recently a film promoting the zero waste supermarket, Original Unverpackt, which was published on The Huffington Post’s green blog and The Future Positive.com.
Please find more information and a showreel on her website: www.rachelklewis.com