Rachel Tine, a Boston based fine art photographer, is best known for her unique use of light and color as well as her fun, considerate, and collaborative approach to her subjects. The most important element of Rachel’s shoots is her connection with her subjects and her ability to make almost anyone feel comfortable in front of the lens. When not photographing nude art models or portrait clients, Rachel aims to use her photography to empower survivors of various social issues. Her series “Invisible Fractures: The Enduring Trauma of Emotional Abuse” opened to a gallery reception of nearly 500 people, including many of the 22 domestic violence survivors who participated in the series. In addition to photographing many more people in increasingly interesting and beautiful locations and situations, Rachel also looks forward to empowering and assisting multiple populations, including the homeless, opiate addicts, and victims of racial discrimination, through her work.