Diary of an Artist

Uxbridge, MA.
Chicago, IL.
Providence, RI.
Rashelle Palmer was born to an American IT Manager, Campbell Palmer, and in-house bar cook, Judith Horrigan, in Framingham, MA. After a time at the Make and co. Studio, PopKitchen co., Hasbro Inc., and Alex and Ani, she opened Rashelle.co offering Art Direction and Photography Concepts and Services in since 2020.

In 2016, Rashelle placed runner up in the live elimination style design competition Command X hosted by American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), featuring the top designers in the U.S. under 27. Upon graciously leaving the stage as a loser – guest judge Michael Bayroute whispered in her ear “I voted for you”. 

After gaining 10 years of corporate experience, she founded this studio. Rashelle.co focuses on Art Direction, dedicated to providing companies with imaginative, attention demanding, inclusive campaigns. This studio is women owned and creates with inclusivity at top of mind. 

This means— Logos will be accesable, timeless, and unique. DIFFERENT than what you are seeing everywhere. Photo shoots will be fresh, thoughtful, and magical. Where there are people, there will always be a range of skin tone, age, and weight. 

Ms. Palmer often trades her computer mouse for a film camera and can be found traveling and shooting mundane life experiences as if they would be on the cover of Life Magazine – then not posting them anywhere. 

Rashelle.co is located in tiny, beautiful, Providence, RI. 02904. But clients range all across the country (even Australia). By appointment only: 774 280 4450, revap13@gmail.com. Referrals, non-profits, and local businesses recieve priority.