Rachel Neville is a sought after, successful photographer/director who long ago chose to focus her creative eye on dance and movement. 

Rachel incorporates her past experience as a teacher and a dancer, as she directed bodies in motion, during photo shoots for some of the top dance companies including: The Boston Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Carolina Ballet, Dance Theater of Harlem and Ballet Hispanico. 

After consistently being sought out by commercial brands and National advertising agencies (LG Signature Series, Ogilvy, FCB) to create photographs and motion spots for advertising campaigns, Rachel spent her time during Covid to develop a portfolio of work that showcases how movement and motion can uniquely be utilized in stills and video to deliver corporate brands product or message to the public. 

Known for her meticulous craftsmanship, bold vision, and innovative, textured lighting, Rachel’s imagery is emotive, impactful, and is designed to stop viewers mid-scroll. 

Rachel’s singular style of working with humans who soar, dance, and fly creates an entirely new visual path for advertisers who wish to promote their product and deliver their message via images that are designed to captivate a viewers imagination and inspire an emotional connection.


  • Ogilvy
  • FCB
  • Biolumina
  • Novartis
  • Clovis
  • Seagen
  • LG Signature Series
  • Boston Ballet
  • Colorado Ballet
  • Ballet Hispanico
  • Atlanta Ballet
  • Carolina Ballet
  • Dance Theatre of Harlem
  • Ballet Memphis
  • NewYork Theatre Ballet
  • Complexions Contemporary Ballet
  • The Joyce Theatre
  • Dancespirit Magazine
  • Dance Magazine
  • Grishko
  • Vertise
  • Audition Dancewear
  • Lulli Dancewear
  • Eleve Dancewear
  • Periapsis
  • 10 Harry Legs
  • Ajkun Ballet
  • Moving Architechts
  • PIlates Reforming NY
  • Power Pilates
  • New York Sports Club
  • Gracious Home
  • Avery Boardman
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