Rachel Hulin is a photographer, author, and photo editor. Her popular Flying Henry series was recently shown in her first New York solo show and is also a children’s book of the same name, released by PowerHouse Books in 2013. Hulin’s work has been shown at Jen Bekman Gallery, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Wallspace Gallery, and The New York Photo Festival, among others.
She is a founder of The Photography Post, a photography blog and aggregation site, and she worked as a photography blogger and editor in New York for many years; titles included Rolling Stone, RADAR Magazine, and Nerve.com. Hulin has lectured about her own work, professional practices, and about the role of social media in photography at ICP, SVA, Parsons, Brown University, RISD, and MIAD.
Editorial clients include Martha Stewart Living Magazine, Country Living Magazine, Whole Foods Magazines, Food Network Magazine, Fitness Magazine, and Exit Zero Magazine.
Hulin has a BA from Brown University and holds a graduate degree from NYU. She is represented by ClampArt Gallery in New York. She lives with her husband and two children in Providence, Rhode Island.