“My aim is to document the strange beauty arising from the interaction between man and nature. The co-existence between man-made artefacts and the natural world take on a ritualistic aspect, reminders of our historic relationship with the landscape and how it has formed modern rural lives.” (Rebecca Hall Green 2013)
Rebecca graduated in 2008 with a First Class BA Honours Degree in Photography from Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
She has taken part in two Degree Shows in Cambridge and London, being a main organiser for the 2008 Free Range Exhibition, ‘Thirty-three Thousand Words’.
She is inspired by amateur and professional Victorian and early 20th century photographers and often using full-length portraits of people in their “native” environment. Her technique is to underexpose the image, while using flash to highlight the subject. Each image is then processed using Adobe Photoshop in an intuitive manner, avoiding use of filters. She has also adapted an early form of colour photography to create digital Autochrome images.