Rebecca Clark is a Professor of Art at the Community College of Rhode Island where she teaches photography.  She studied art history at Oberlin College where she earned her BA and holds a MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design.  Rebecca’s work has always involved some form of alternative process or manipulation of media and the integration of appropriated imagery.  Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the country, most recently solo shows at the Griffin Museum of Photography and the Davis Orton Gallery and group shows at Panopticon Gallery, Houston Center for Photography and the Center for Fine Art Photography. In 2016 she was a Photo Lucida Critical Mass finalist. and in 2020 she was awarded a Connecticut Artist Fellowship.

Rebecca is married to photographer Daniel Mosher Long. They live in northeastern Connecticut.