One of the things Raina loves most about her job is that each day and job bring a unique challenge and a new story. Her days range from producing, designing sets, scouting locations and art directing along with styling shoots for a diverse list of clients.
Raina grew up in a creative household with a mother who was a puppeteer and a father who was a photographer and owned a movie theater in a church in Woodstock NY.
At 20, while studying fashion and display design at Parsons, she started Woojee Wear, a line of kids clothing sold across the country in boutiques and department stores. From there she grew to realize that her true interests were in creating images and began my work as a freelance stylist.
NY Times Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Country Living, HGTV, and Anthology, publishers Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Monacelli, Potter Books, designer Thom Filicia, along with advertising for Sunbrella, Lee Jofa, Annie Selke and Gunlocke.