Rebecca is an international nature photographer based in New York. She's also been a creative principal behind the scenes at the top of the photo production world. Over a billion people have seen her creative work.

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Nature photography now her primary focus, Rebecca is launching an abstract Art Collection and a Nature Collection. A photographer with a purpose, she's pioneering Photographic Green Spaces®, a custom curation of her nature photos featuring elements known to imbue health and wellness for corporations and homes.  She has also worked in the nonprofit sector in developing countries with award-winning nonprofits like UNICEF, IRC and CARE, for which she's been published in Newsweek, and has exhibited in Italy, including for International Women's Day.  

Prior to photography, as a creative principal, in 2000, Rebecca founded 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. Her 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 later raised in America's midwest. She's a consultant to the United Nation’s Harmony With Nature Programme and she’s been a volunteer Ambassador for Opus Award-winning St. Luke's Foundation in Haiti. With an interest in psychology and neuroscience, from 2010-2016, Rebecca became a highly trained personal development coach and mentor. She consulted with the Dalai Lama Fellowship, the United Nations Leadership Development Programme, and was a partner and staff development coach at startup Human Condition Safety. Rebecca has guest lectured at New York University, San Francisco's Academy of Art University, was the keynote at Northwestern University's GES leadership summit, and she's a member of NYU's think tank PACH - Project for the Advancement of our Common Humanity.



Photo by Jill Hurst