Screendance has been a major part of Rebecca's creative practice since 1998, when she first collaborated with director/cinematographer Chris Brown to create the award winning short film Office Furniture. Rebecca now shoots, directs, and edits her own work - often benefiting from long-time collaborations with colleagues in design and performance. Her screendances have been featured at both national and international festivals and on PBS-affiliate television stations KQED-TV, KPBS-TV, and WTTW-TV.
Recent screenings of Rebecca's work include Loikka Dance Film Festival, Helsinki, Finland, Migrations Dance Film Festival in Llanrwst, Wales, Danca em foco in Rio Di Janeiro, Brazil, the Voarte InShadow Festival in Lisbon, Portugal, the London Experimental Film Festival, and Third Coast Dance Film Festival in Houston, Texas.
Rebecca's work for the stage is inspired by rich collaborations with designers, composers, and performers. She views dance as a potent substance, and tries to use it judiciously. Her most recent evening-length work, Bird Lady (2014, Links Hall Chicago) was inspired by questions of privacy and permission as manifested in the life and work of photographer Vivian Maier.