Rebecca Tolk is a fine art photographer, digital artist and designer living and working in San Francisco's East Bay, and has traveled extensively throughout the country to create her artwork for nearly 30 years.
Her career began in 1995 photographing weddings and children’s portraits in the metro DC area with clients ranging from congressional candidates to Hollywood actors, and everyone in between.
In 2020 she turned her lens on the sensual side of human existence with remote portrait sessions developed during the Covid quarantine. Intending to bring people together virtually while giving them opportunity to connect more deeply within themselves. Connection and expression being her driving motivation.
Rebecca’s work has been featured internationally as a select artist with Holga Inspire, an international traveling exhibit hosted by the Holga Camera Company. She was one of 10 photographers hand picked by Mr TM Lee, the maker of the now defunct camera.
She has placed over 500 works of art in The Ritz Carlton Hotels and Spa, The DoubleTree by Hilton, Paradise Island Atlantis, McGraw Hill, Raymond James, and The University of Texas Medical Branch, among other prestigious institutions.
Her artwork has been exhibited at The Hallmark Institute of Photography, Brooks Institute, Centre of Fine Art Photography, Soho Photo Gallery, and Chicago Photography Center.
Rebecca is published in Plastic Cameras, Toying with Creativity by Michelle Bates, and has been featured in Medium, Thrive Global and BizWomen, The Business Journal.
Rebecca’s mission is to help the viewer connect deeply to themselves and the world around them through playful, whimsical and ethereal imagery.