• JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing. 
  • JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing. 
  • JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing. 
  • JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing. 
  • JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing. 
  • JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing. 

JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?

REBEKAH CAMPBELL: It’s been a while, it had to have been in May of 2012 when I woke up before sunrise to help a friend out on a shoot early in the morning at the beach. It was so fantastic.

JC: Any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?

RC: Yes! So many. Olivia Bee (I had the wonderful chance of meeting her in Holland and she is one of the most inspiring and down to earth people I’ve known), Amber Chavez, Michal Chelbin, and Hinke Schreuders.

JC: What is your current project all about?

RC: I’m trying to photograph my life as it happens, incessantly and impulsively. 

JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?

RC: Savannah, GA. It shapes me into someone different on all sorts of occasions, I can find so many different souls at once here. It’s hard for me to get away from being inspired in some form of the word here. 

JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?

RC: Don’t forget where you began and where you want to be. Even when you’re proud of something you make, think of what can make it better. 

JC: Any big plans for 2013?

RC: An internship in NYC this summer.

JC: Favourite tree?

RC: A weeping willow. They’re so eerily intriguing.