Rebecca is a Washington, D.C.-based photographer who brings to life the messages of campaigns, organizations, causes and brands. Rebecca’s images engage, inspire, and inform. With her photography, she tells her clients’ stories—of success, of needed change and of what’s to come.
Rebecca listens to her clients’ goals, advises on how to visually communicate their mission, and then immerses herself into illustrating the story. Her curiosity and connection with her subjects allow Rebecca to tell these stories in compelling and engaging ways.
areas of focus
Rebecca captures issues affecting individuals and communities in a range of subject areas including:
Health | Education | Environment & Conservation | Youth & Family | Community
Her images are used for:
Branding and Websites | Marketing and Advertising Campaigns | Fundraising and Development Materials | Advocacy and Issue Awareness | Editorial and Journalism | Social Media
grown up west
In addition to client work, Rebecca also regularly travels to northern Montana, where she is shooting an ongoing photographic and video project—“Grown Up West”—highlighting positive stories about young people growing up on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.
awards & honors
Her work has been recognized by:
- The Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian
- The American Farmland Trust
- Communication Arts magazine’s “Fresh Online”
- Photo District News’ “30 Emerging Photographers to Watch”
- The Great Lakes Protection Fund
- Best of American Society of Media Photographers
- Graphis Photography Annual’s “Gold Prize”
- Flathead International Film Festival “Best Indigenous Film”
- The Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth
- The Charlie Russell Museum: Permanent Collection