Rebeca Binda is a Brazilian/Italian photojournalist and independent researcher who works for leading editorial publications and organisations all over the world on issues relating to environmental justice, women's stories and forced migration.
She holds a law degree and an MA in Photojournalism from the University of Arts London where she spent her time researching traditional communities, legacies of colonisation and conflicts related to territories.
Her practice has focused on long-form narrative reportage and personal projects as a result of believing that a closer and genuine connection to the communities she documents are an essential pre-requisite of the relationship. For Rebeca, storytelling and collaboration are key tools to document and amplify the resistance movements mobilised by traditional communities situated in the frontline of the environmental crisis.
She has worked for leading publications to the likes of The Guardian and a wide variety of organisations have recognised and supported her work, such as Refugee Journalism Project and Save the Children.
Rebeca's work has been exhibited internationally, in countries such as United Kingdom, Netherlands and Brazil.