Rebecca is a filmmaker and multi-media artist born, raised, and based in New York City. Her art and image-making practice revolve around an interest in exploring femininity in all of it's forms and expressions. To do this, she investigates her own memories and experiences, reflecting on specific moments, people, and places that have affected and shaped her womanhood. She translates these fleeting moments into found footage and diaristic films, multimedia art, installations, and performances. She is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts where she completed a degree in Film & TV and Art History.
When not making art, Rebecca can be found co-directing DV8 Film Festival, a DV and Super 8mm, 48-hour film festival, teaching workshops, or hanging out with her cat, Loki.
Rebecca will be a part of Smack Mellon's 2018-19 Artist Studio Program where she will also be a NY Community Trust Van Lier Fellow. She has also been a resident at NURTUREart and Signal Culture.
Read her interview with The Opal Club here.