Rachel is a lifestyle photographer and blogger, whose work highlights everyday stories of incredible people, amazing places, and both extraordinary and ordinary things (but mostly lots of food). A proud alumnus of the University of Notre Dame (Go Irish!), she landed in Philly after being selected to Americorps’ Teach For America program, serving as a high school Special Education and English teacher for two years. Before turning her love for photography into a full-time career, she pursued her passion of education and athletics by working as an Assistant Director for Student-Athlete Development at Drexel University for five years. Though she misses living in the City of Brotherly Love, she has found her own slice of suburban paradise in Havertown, PA, with her husband, Mike. Please visit her website
, and enjoy some of her featured blog posts: Finding My Third Voice
, The Name Game
, Halfway There
, and Playing House
by Rachel Creighton
My panic attacks are still not discriminatory nor are they accommodating. For years, they came and went as they pleased. In bedrooms, in showers, on vacations, and in cars.