Rachel Brewster is a published and award-winning artist and filmmaker from Seattle. She's recently finished her first children's book, The Littlest Pyrenees. She was also accepted into the top rated animation school in the world - Vancouver Film School - for their Classic Animation program, and will be attending January 2020!
She's been spending the past few years in Arkansas passing the time at the Arkansas Arts Center, specifically focusing on figure drawing. Her work was featured at the Arts Center for There And Back Again in May 2019 (credited: Rachel Treadwell). She also competed in St. Louis to be a Barista Champion (2018) and became a Coffee Master (2017) at Starbucks, married her film school sweetheart (2016), and walked el Camino de Santiago (2015).
Rachel graduated with a degree in Communications & Film from Northwest University after spending her final semester at the L.A. Film Studies Program (2014). While in LA, she interned with DreamWorks Animation on the hit Netflix Original Series All Hail King Julien (credited: Rachel Brewster). She's also worked as a magazine layout editor and is certified in various Adobe programs.