Shoot the Breeze: Rebekah Campbell

Rebekah Campbell’s photography transitions smoothly between the fantasy world of fashion and representations of the idyllic banalities of youth culture and suburbia. The 22-year-old NYC-based photographer often utilizes duplication—superimposing images, or expressing a fascination with twins or similar-looking subjects. These echoes and repetitions lend a visual blossoming effect to her photos that nicely compliments the seventies youth vibes expressed in her work. – Cynthia Or 




1. How would you describe your photos?
​Somewhere in between missing someone and dreaming about meeting someone.

2. Do you carry your camera with you everywhere you go?
Yes I always have one on me!​

3. What celebrity would you like to shoot most?
Right now..Lily Rose Depp. I think she was thrown into the spotlight really fast, it’d be interesting to talk about that. ​





4. What animal would you like to be, if not a human?
A French bulldog.

5. What’s your current obsession?
Saying “frick yeah!” when something amazing happens.

6. Would you like to live forever?
I wouldn’t be opposed to the idea, but I think it could be depressing a lot. Maybe I wouldn’t care though. I would do it.

7. What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
It’s cliche but if you put others first good things will come. You have to realize that things happen for a reason. Just be a nice person!





8. What do you do in your spare time?
Spend my time with friends!! Read/​listen to music/get out of the city.
9. Do you like having your photo taken?
I don’t love it, definitely depends on who’s taking it. ​

10. Which photographers do you like right now?
​Harley Weir, Charlie Engman, Walter Pfeiffer, Amanda Jasnowski.