Rachel Crowl is an actress, musician, photographer, designer, and storyteller currently located in Ashland, OR as part of the acting company of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival where she has appeared in the World Premiere of the 1491s Between Two Knees, As You Like It, Henry V, and Love’s Labors Lost.

In the summer of 2016 she was cast as a co-lead in the independent feature film, And Then There Was Eve (released soon).

She spent many years in the Off-Broadway world of theatre in New York City appearing in roles such as Henry in Henry V, Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest,  Capt. Bluntschli in Arms and the Man, amongst many others.

During a hiatus from acting she begin exploring photography, video and music. She’s created award-winning videos, written music for various projects, and photographed everything from a graduating senior to Michelle Obama and just about everything in between.