Rachel Hain BArch DipArch MA RIBA
London-based Photographer/ Architect
Rachel has been an architect for the last twenty years. This discipline has helped to influence her perception of urban areas, but it is the daily life played out on city streets around the world which is the real inspiration for her work. Her photographs have been featured by the BBC and The Guardian. She has been a keen photographer since the age of eight when she bought her first second-hand camera, and constantly takes photos in her free time, walking the streets for hours at a time. She takes every opportunity to travel, and has lived in Brooklyn for the last six months, choosing New York as the location for her contribution to this year’s Brooklyn Sketchbook Project. A natural photojournalist, she has been compiling her ‘New York Project’ for the last year, with photographs depicting street scenes in New York City. This study features candid shots of passers-by caught in transient moments, capturing the spontaneity of city life.
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