Inspired early on by Marshall McLuhan's "the medium is the message," Rachel creates products and initiatives to make art more accessible through technology. After completing a masters in art history at the University of Texas at Austin, she joined Corbis Images where she developed image licensing programs for education, mobile and consumer goods for more than 10 years. Subsequently she began experimenting with publishing open access images from cultural heritage in educational and commercial products. She now leads product strategy at CultureTech in their mission to open up art. Together with CultureTech, Tulane Law School, and several museums, she is currently researching how graph databases and blockchain technology can connect art owners, rights holders and admirers - to make it easier to find, license, use, and re-mix art through the ages.