My name's Rebecca Warner. I wasn't always a photographer. I didn't always appreciate art. One day something clicked.
And now, here I am.
The adventure of my life began one April day in California. I made the big move to Pennsylvania a few months later. It was in Pennsylvania, an hour away from Pittsburgh, that I would spend my childhood and young adulthood.
During my sophomore year in high school, I fell in love with photography and began exploring the worlds of both digital and analog photography.
I utilized the natural landscape in which I grew up. Forests and fields and gardens galore. Everytime I take my camera through the woods, I alawys manage to find something new, something intriguing to photograph. Something about industry and architecture also intrigued me. It's safe to say my cameras have seen a lot in their collective lives.
That being said, it's rare for my cameras to make eye contact with a person. If I'm going to photograph someone, chances are it's not going to be a portrait. I'm sneaky when it comes to photographing people.
My cameras are incredibly dear to me and to ever lose the joy that comes with having such a piece of machinery in my hands would be a very sad day.