Rebecca Joyce-Zavala (British, b. 1980) is a fine art photographer focusing primarily on the urban landscape. While in university, Joyce began working in a photo lab where she learned the technical side of photography and printing. This job would become an unexpected career in the photographic industry. Joyce holds degrees in Psychology and Sociology—specializing in theory, research, and statistics—and is a self-taught photographer. She works primarily in black and white and her work explores the concepts of conflict, nostalgia, and duality.
Her work has been selected by multiple photography competitions, including Women in Photography International’s Annual Juried Competition, the International Photo Awards, and DRKRM Gallery’s curated series, Fotoflo. She has shown at Blue Chips Gallery, The Perfect Exposure Gallery, and Fathom Gallery.
Rebecca Joyce lives and works in Los Angeles. She is currently represented by Fathom Gallery, and is co-founder of Henrietta, a photography collective.