BIG Photo Collaboration Project!

As teased on my Instagram, @rebeccahelenphoto, I have a big project I am super excited to share with you all.…

Streets of London

1 year. 12 field trips. 9 countries. 1 master’s dissertation, in the form of a wildlife and photography book. Countless teas, accents, meal deals, and memories. It has been over a year since I wrote a post about my bittersweet …

Master’s of the Summer (part 2)

While I can’t post the photographs from my summer project until graduation later this year, here’s a little something extra I did just for fun. I took some GoPro footage of a horseback trail ride in the Wallowa Mountains. Please …

Master’s of the Summer (part 1)

Soooo it’s been a while since I last posted. I will absolutely 100% blame the fact I was MIA all summer. But it was for a good reason!

This summer was a BIG ONE. I spent two months and a …

Peak Nature Photography

I had a fantastic day with Chris Johnstone (http://www.peaknature.co.uk/) doing a bit of hide and landscape photography as part of one of my assignments for the University of Nottingham MSc Biological Photography & Imaging to spend a day with a …

An Exercise in Set Building

This week in my MSc in Biological Photography & Imaging I did an exercise in set building. It is the first time I have ever experimented with this. It was fun to recreate what my classmates and I imagined some …

Seaside Scarborough

What ideas come to mind when I say I visited the “British seaside”? Gentle waves and soft breezes? Fish n chips, ice cream, and pasties? Cloudy rain drenched skies flowing into a stormy sea? Cheery seaside shops wafting scents of …

Welcome to Postgrad Life

AKA Let’s Get Down to Business (to defeat! your sleep!)

Rebecca Helen Photography blog photo "into England"

Into England!

The first week of my master’s program was a kick in the pants. Nothing says welcome to postgrad life like your professors telling you not to sign up …

Jump Then Fall

I’m three hours away from getting on an airplane that will take me to the next year of my life in England. It’s hard to organize my feelings, and I can’t believe it’s finally time to go. I applied for …