Rebecca is a photographer based in New York. She's also a creative principal at the top of the photo production world. Over a billion people globally have seen her creative work.
Rebecca's style conveys literal nature - there's no heavy post work. She believes nature is stunning, and her credo "nature gives health" is informed by today's science that shows that the more literal a photo of nature is, the more efficacious it's effect on our health and wellness. She has studied this science and consults with scientists in the field of nature's wellness effects. To this end, she's launching Photographic Green Spaces® for corporate spaces and homes.
As a public service Rebecca has also photographed award-winning nonprofits in developing countries, donating the photos to them. Published in Newsweek, it has been exhibited in Italy multiple times, including for International Women's Day. Rebecca has partnered with UNICEF in Jordan and India, Nobel Peace Prize-winning Muhammad Yunus’ Grameen Foundation in East Africa, CARE in Brazil, and Opus Award-winning St. Luke's Foundation in Haiti, for which she is also a volunteer Ambassador.
Previous to photography, in 2000, Rebecca founded, and still is the creative principal of a photo production/editorial company. She has been on the creative team for projects of multiple Grammy and Academy Award-winning artists like Beyonce, Rihanna, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Barbara Streisand, and Nobel Laureate, Bob Dylan. Rebecca's work has been published in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Flaunt, and French and American Photo.
Rebecca was born in Germany and raised in a town of 800 people in the midwest. She’s guest lectured at New York University, the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, and keynoted Northwestern University's GES international youth leadership summit. With an interest in psychology and neuroscience, from 2010-2016, Rebecca was also a trained personal development coach, mentor and speaker. She worked with the United Nations, collaborated with the Dalai Lama Fellowship, and she spent a year as a partner and staff development coach at the AIG-backed startup Human Condition Safety.