Rachel Feldman

Rachel has been working in news, politics, culture, and new media for the last 25-years. Her work on controversial issues has been lauded in the New York Times and Vanity Fair. Her work has also been helpful and referenced for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Health and Human Services.   

Rachel has covered stories domestically in the US, the Middle East, and all over Europe. She tackles each project with the same intense degree of attention, heart, and dedication, while her staff reflects that same professional sentiment. 

Rachel grew up in Massachusetts in a house full of boys. Her father owned a successful bakery company in Boston, while her mother ran a consignment store. She paid for her college education and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Boston University. 

Growing up her nickname was Ray and her father called her Doe-eyes, hence RayDoe Productions.