Rebecca is a contemporary dancer, choreographer, and a performer based in New York.

Her work explores the psychology and fluidity of the self, and complexities and contradictions of human relations. 

As a performer she has performed in the United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Greece and Puerto Rico. Artists and companies she has worked with include Marianela Boan’s Boan Dance Action, Leah Stein Dance company, Yelena Gluzman’s Science Project, Void Theater Company, PISO Proyecto, Kilowatt Dance Theater, Brianna Taylor Confluence Arts, Mare Hieronimus, Abigail Levine, Sasha Welsh, Nicole Bindler, Ashley Suttler, Darla Stanly, Megan Mazarick, Melanie Stewart, Makoto Hirano, Noemi Segarra, Merian Soto, and others.

Her own work has been shown at the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, Movement Research at Judson Church, Dixon Place, Dance New Amsterdam, La Mama Experimental Theater, Performance Mix Festival, Here Arts Center, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, Wild Project, Ulla’s House, Triskelion Arts, Art Space PS 109, Green Space, Studio 34, Temple University, Smith College, and others. 

She has been an artist in residence at SU-CASA (2017, 2016) Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (2015), E|merge collaboration residency (2014, 2015), Liftoff residency (2013), and The Field’s emerging artist residency (2012).

Her choreographic work has been supported by Bronx Council of the Arts, Pepatian, and Dancing in the streets. 

She also has curated a monthly performance series at Studio 26 Gallery on lower east side for 7 months. And she co founded Bring Your Own Swing, which hosts a monthly swing dance parties that happens in East Harlem. 

She earned the BFA in dance from Temple University. Her somatic training includes contemporary dance, lindy hop, and capoeira angola. Through her various training and practice, she develops her mind and body.

Some questions I pose through my work are: What makes us who we are? How do you feel about where you come from? How do you love? How do you relate? How is our identity constructed? What do we do with what we are made up of? I am interested in exploring our psychosomatic behaviors, and the ways we live with our identity, complexity and contradictions. In my work I am searching for meaning in our memories, the choices we make, in this world and who we are.