Enjoying nature and the out of doors has always been one of Rebecca Jackson’s heart’s desires and photography was an unrealized vision until 2008 when she began capturing photographs of nature and birds that make her heart sing. According to Jackson, “the pleasure increases when others share and enjoy my nature photography.”
Slowly, but surely, there has been the honing of her photo capturing, which occurs on a daily basis, and editing skills. A few years ago a friend of Jackson’s printed and framed several of her nature photographs and displayed them in her office at work. The overwhelming response and feedback was positive since it is a busy office with a great deal of traffic daily. In 2015, her photographic aspirations rose to new heights when author Amelia Painter published two of her hummingbird photos in the book Organic Container Gardening for All: From Kids to Seniors, Anyone Can Grow Herbs and Veggies in Containers.
By early 2018, Jackson added logo design to her skill set, but getting the shot remains her ultimate personal satisfaction. In mid-May, Jackson join hundreds of top world-wide-wildlife photographers on Fine Art America — she is slowing adding her photos to this site where you can purchase her work on iPhone cases, tote bags, greeting cards and much more.