With a BFA in fine art, and a career as an editorial photojournalist, Rebecca D'Angelo brings an edge and intimacy to her work that you don't find in most photographers. Her work is thoughtful, and she has an ability to capture the ever elusive "decisive moment". She was with the Washington Post photographing the Society Beat for 10 years, as well as an environmental portrait column called "Life is Short". Her work has appeared in numerous local and national publications, including the New York Times, Ebony, WNC, Imbibe, and National Geographic Traveller.
She resides in Black Mountain, NC...a stone's throw from Asheville with her constant companion, a beautiful husky, akita, shephard mix named Lakota.