Rachel Knoll is a concept-driven filmmaker and Guiness World Record contendor1
for most copies owned of the critically acclaimed film, 'Gigli'.
She graduated with a Master's Degree in Design Interactions from the Royal College of Art in London, prior to this she worked as a video tutor in Switzerland, and in production/creative studios in the US and Canada.
Her work merges the rational and absurd2
and focuses on themes of communication and human behavior. Her projects have been featured by Wired, Vice, Booooooooom, Vimeo Staff Picks, LS:N Global, The Future Laboratory, The Walker Art Center, PSFK, Huffington Post, The Atlantic, Public Radio International, Kill Screen, and Fast Company.