Who is this Rachel Quimby I've been hearing about?
Rachel Quimby is a museum educator, audio producer and writer currently living in Worcester, MA. She recently got a Master of Arts in Teaching from George Washington University's Museum Education Program. She's been fortunate to teach zoology to preschoolers, French to foreign exchange students, museum studies to high school first-years, and a lot of other stuff to a whole bunch of other folks.
Her radio work has been broadcast on public radio stations around the country, and her written work is often ogled by discerning eyes. She is available for projects big and small: teaching/education planning, audio tours, oral history, radio essays-- with or without puppets (with, preferred).
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Yes, yes; this is all very well and good. But what does she look like on paper? See left. OR click to see resume.
Pierre has loved traveling ever since he was an anklet. His audio work consists mostly of rude words spoken to other forms of footwear, but he's a sucker for knee highs. Pierre has accompanied Rachel all over the world, and has noticed that one thing everyone has in common is an immediate impulse to choke him. When he's not posing for portraits, Pierre can be found knitting baby clothes and napping in a shoe box.