Awards:

Breaking the Mould (co-directed with Luca Paulli) won the Shooting People DepicT! Audience Award at Encounters Short Film Festival Nov 2008.

Waiting for Dogot (starring the voice talent of Sylvester McCoy), won Best Animated Short Film at Kino Fest 2002.

The Girl & the Horse was screened at the National Gallery London, in conjunction with the Stubbs and the Horse exhibition. The film was a finalist in the Best Music category and nominated in the Public Choice Award at the British Animation Awards 2004.

FIFA and Fairy – Make a Wish were short listed in different categories for the British Animation Awards 2012.

 

Rebecca’s work includes a TV commercial for Sony’s Little Big Planet on PSP, a short film for the FIFA World Cup 2010 opening concert, and a short commercial film for Fairy Liquid and Make a Wish Foundation (re-released at cinemas across the UK in Nov 2012). The World Cup film, entitled 20 Centres for 2010, which Rebecca worked on with Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill), was screened at the (30,000 capacity) Orlando stadium in Soweto alongside performances from artists Alicia Keys, Black Eyed Peas, Shakira and Amadou and Mariam (amongst others) and shown all over the world.
Her clients include: FIFA, Comic Relief, Sony/Playstation, Starbucks, Hershey’s chocolate, P&G, Google, Channel 4, BBC/CBBC/BBC3, Tiger Aspect, Polydor Records, Kraft, Santander and Hewlett Packard.
She recently directed a short stop-motion piece Duck Shoot which was featured on Motionographer Dec12/Jan13. Currently Rebecca is in the process of co-creating an animated e-book for iPad; and was commissioned by Channel 4 to direct a short film for their daily arts strand Random Acts, called Table Manners.
Rebecca also works outside moving image, regularly producing design, illustration and model work. She was involved, as a team leader, in the Art department of the cult theatre experience You, Me, Bum Bum Train 2011. In October 2011, she created the Halloween window display and store dressing for Start London boutique Shoreditch, with her hand crafted Day of the Dead skulls.
Previously, in 2009 Rebecca held a solo exhibition of these sculptures at TOPSHOP Oxford Circus, London. Also in 2009, Rebecca’s illustration Artichoke Hearts was part of Amelia’s magazine’s piece Shelter Card Quilt exhibited at the Haunch of Venison Gallery, and later auctioned in aid of the charity Shelter. Other contributing artists included Vivienne Westwood, Damien Hirst, the Chapman brothers, and Tim Walker.

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