Oh hey! Before we take our pants off, let’s get to know each another. I’m Rachel, a San Francisco-based creative.
Originally from Oklahoma (I have the cowgirl boot collection to prove it), I’ve been in California for 7 years, with no plans to leave. I live with my dog, Milly, in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood and enjoy constant sunshine, unexplained displays of nudity, and rainbow crosswalks.
I’ve written for various publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, The Atlantic.com, and Food52.com. In addition to writing, I enjoy making art (jewelry and mixed media), as well as hiking, cooking, and learning to DJ.
Professionally, I’m the Creative Director at Clearly Kombucha, where I oversee brand, marketing, communications, and mischief. At Clearly Kombucha, I enjoy the perks of a lifetime supply of kombucha, working with inspiring people, and bringing Milly with me to the office.
Loves: crazy eyewear, weirdo house music, fancy coffee, hand-lettered signs, vegetables, clumsy dogs, creative nonfiction, pepto bismol, bright colors, and all-black
Hates: brunch, walking behind slow walkers, unprotected left turns, patchouli, flaccid handshakes, small talk, poor grammar, and mostly brunch
That’s all for now! Feel free to say hi: firstname.lastname@example.org