Rachel has been working with nonprofits in digital since 2000 when Greenpeace UK hired her agency to build their Toxic Kitchen micro-site. Since then she's worked with clients across the world from India to Australia. She has also given lectures and exhibited work at five different universities from the US to China. Her work has been published in design and art textbooks. She is also a well-known contributor to the E-Campaigning Forum community and conference. 

Her desire to make the world better started at an early age. At 11 she found a pull-out Save the Whale poster in her Dad's newspaper and stuck it up on her bedroom wall next to the Ferris Bueller and New Order posters. She donated her pocket money to environmental and human rights causes. This was followed by sleep-outs in solidarity with Scotland's homeless at 16 and joining the Jubilee 2000 protests at 18.

Clients include:

International development sector

  • Handicap International
  • Oxfam
  • Care International
  • Leprosy Mission England & Wales
  • ActionAid UK
  • ActionAid International
  • Save the Children
  • Bond
  • Tearfund
  • Raleigh International
  • Robin Hood Tax Campaign

Environmental sector

  • Greenpeace International
  • Greenpeace UK
  • Friends of the Earth Europe
  • Friends of the Earth UK
  • 10:10
  • The Wildlife Trust

Health sector

  • Prostate Cancer UK
  • Mind
  • Stroke Association
  • Rethink Mental Illness
  • Guide Dogs
  • Multiple Sclerosis International
  • Alzheimer's Society
  • MQ

Human rights sector

  • Mencap
  • Open Doors UK
  • The Burma Campaign UK
  • The Tibet Network
  • Walk Free
  • Young Women's Trust

Faith sector

  • The Stoller Foundation
  • SPCK
  • Prayer Labs

Children's sector

  • Child Poverty Action Group
  • Action for Children
  • War Child
  • End Child Poverty
  • Chance UK
  • All Nations Soccer Academy

Nonprofit consultancies and agencies

  • Blanc Ltd
  • Campaign Bootcamp
  • Fairsay
  • Xtraordinary Fundraising
  • HJC
  • Matryoshka Haus
  • Transformational Index
  • 54 Degrees
  • More Onion
  • Engaging Networks