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RACHEL GI ESE 2020 S A MPL ES OF WORK R A C H E L G I E S E C R E AT I V E @ G M A I L . C O M 219.201.9430 | RACHELGIESE.COM


ALL HALLOWS EVE

This was one of my Halloween portraits that was featured in Lensational Magazine. I wanted to highlight the human body in a fashion magazine way.

LOSING MY HEAD

This was a self portrait during quarantine. I wanted to highlight the feeling of being alone, going insane and talking to yourself.

MORNING TWILIGHT

This image was inspired by the morning sunrise and the magical glow it brings. I used a chair to make her look like she was levitating in the light.

INNER DEMONS

My self portrait for Mental Health Awareness Month highlighted how I feel internally with my anxiety and depression. I wanted people to know they are not alone.

FRIENDS ON THE OTHER SIDE

This Halloween portrait played off of Dr. Facilier in The Princess and the Frog.

THERE IS ONLY POWER

This is probably one of my favorite portraits I’ve done. I wanted to play off of medieval times and the concept of using dark magic to gain power.


CONCEPT ARTWORK RACHEL GIESE CREATIVE LLC I have been working in Adobe Photoshop for over 10 years now. I wanted to further my concepting and editing skills, so I’ve recently started creating self portraits and themed images. Each one I create has a vision and theme behind it. They are either shot by me or on a tripod timer. The post production is done in Lightroom and Photoshop. Here are some of my favorite portraits with small descriptions and rationale. You can view more of my Photoshop work here.


YOUR TALENT PARTNER SHOULD KNOW INSURANCE THE JACOBSON GROUP As a Visual Design Coordinator for the Jacobson Group, I was tasked with redesigning our digital and print advertisements going into 2020. The previous campaign we did used a rectangle to highlight the Jacobson talent within the visual. After coming up with a couple of different concepts, we decided on a campaign that highlighted what makes Jacobson stand out from other general recruiting companies: their unique and exceptional knowledge of the insurance industry. The tone of the campaign is aimed to be confident and professional so our audience knows they can trust us.

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JER GREGG ALBUM ARTWORK RACHEL GIESE CREATIVE LLC Local Nashville artist, Jer Gregg, hired me as the photographer for his Spotify EP artwork. The creative director and I came up with some mood boards to give each song a visual direction. One of my favorites is the Soul Child album art. This song was inspired by his grandpa, so we wanted to shoot at a vintage diner and use his grandpa’s suitcase. Listen to the song Soul Child on Spotify.


CHRISTMAS AT HOGWARTS RACHEL GIESE CREATIVE LLC This is a personal project that I did this past winter. Styled shoots are a common practice for photographers to gain exposure, network with local vendors and gain publication credits. I am a huge Harry Potter fan (some would say I’m slightly obsessed), and I wanted to put my love to good use for this personal project. Luckily, this project was picked up by WeddingChicks, one of the nation’s top wedding inspiration blogs for brides. I was the cordinator and Art Director for this project. I worked with the local vendors and shared my ideas and vision for the project. I wanted to make this wedding shoot inspirational and full of holiday cheer. No, technically Harry Potter isn’t a Christmas movie, but nothing compares to the Great Hall. The colors alone are enough to make you feel at home. We really wanted to show that it’s possible to keep the elegance of a wedding in the table decorations, flowers, and venue while also having some fun with other elements. You can view the full post and gallery here.


RAINY DAY IN THE CITY ALBUM ART RACHEL GIESE CREATIVE LLC Up and coming artist, Lauren Hall, was releasing her first EP on Spotify. She hired me to create and concept the album art. The song is an upbeat, inspiring and soulful track, and she wanted the colors to reflect that.

“I was so excited with the way the art work turned out. Rachel perfectly captured the conflicting emotions of the song and gave me exactly what I asked for and more!” - Lauren Hall

Listen to the song Rainy Day in the City on Spotify.


THE TIPSY SERIES RACHEL GIESE CREATIVE LLC I wanted to work on my illustrating skills using a Wacom tablet, so I started creating recipe cards for alcoholic beverages. I had the intention of framing some of them in my kitchen by my bar cart. Friends and family started showing interest in buying their own, so I began selling them as atwork. Not only do I love working on them, but they’ve been a huge success as steady income I can rely on. You can view the full gallery here.

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