About Rebecka Wolfe
Rebecka Wolfe started photography young, shooting the punk and hardcore scene in Essex and London on disposable film cameras. Aged 18, she moved from Essex to Brighton and dived into the city’s vibrant world of music and art, still photographing live music, tattoo culture and playing bass in a beatdown hardcore band.
After graduating the University of Sussex’s BA Media & Photography with honours in 2012, she stepped away from photography, feeling disillusioned and lacking in mission.
In 2014, Wolfe moved to Japan, picked up a second-hand compact film camera and began shooting again.
After five years in Japan and three years working in travel and portraiture, Wolfe’s focus is on developing practices in contemporary visual anthropology, funded by full-time work as a freelance photographer and writer.
Rebecka Wolfe is a self-represented photographer and remains globally mobile. She is currently living in the UK and will be relocating to New Zealand in mid-2020.
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