"... like an episode of HOUSE just waiting to happen."
"... like an incomplete sketch of a human being."
"Somewhere out there, Rachael is still talking!"
She tells stories constantly, performs always, writes sometimes, draws infrequently, paints occasionally, models rarely, and photographs often. The ratio between these activities vacillates wildly.
ART & PHOTOGRAPHY SITES ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
Her photography has been published in the book "Discovering New York Artist De La Vega", part of the exhibition "selfportraitr" at the Pace/MacGill Gallery, mentioned / presented / used on the websites of Warren Ellis, Now Public, The Gothamist, BBC News, Pingg, and has produced work for a number of commercial clients such as Made By Sofa, Acclivity, NYC Tech Guys, and Designs by Kate.
She can be contacted by email at: rachaelnoel @ gmail.com
Hatched three months early and weighing 2.5 pounds, Rachael Noel Fox entered the world, and against all medical odds, survived. Childhood weekends were spent falling asleep under a starry sky of glow-in-the-dark stickered ceiling to the sounds of rock-n-roll band practice next door, while weekdays had her tagging along in a photographic dark room, or to fine art classes at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art. By age seven Fox was drawing charcoals of nude models, sitting for portrait classes, absorbing the advice of artists such as James McGinley, and was cast for a sculpture installation directed by (the artist of questionable integrity) Grigory Gurevich which, now bronzed, still stands in Newark Penn Station.