A self-taught Australian artist and designer, Rebecca has created works for numerous organisations including The Sydney 2000 Olympic Bid and the Peter Pan Japan Charity. As Principal Artist for Australia's Centenary of Federation (1901 - 2001) Rebecca's designs were used by major Australian companies such as The Royal Australian Mint Canberra, Wedgwood Australia and Drizabone. At the age of four, Rebecca entered her first externally judged art competition. Throughout her schooling she either won or was placed in state competitions and annually received commendation at Sydney's Royal Easter Show. As a teenager, Rebecca's Major H.S.C Artwork, a lobster morphing into a Sherman Tank with lipstick gun barrels, was selected to tour with today's equivalent of Art Express. In 1984 and 1985, she won Victorian and National Awards for her tee-shirt designs. International recognition came in 1992 when she was selected amongst hundreds of artists worldwide to design for the charity Peter Pan Japan on behalf of The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London. In 1993, the Australian Olympic Bid Committee sought Rebecca's artistic talent to produce designs for silk scarves and amend the 'Flash' artwork for ties, to be given as gifts to the I.O.C delegates. She has also created artwork for the Australian Broadcasting Commission, M.B.F, Don Spencer, Angus and Coote, Japan Grey Line, Care Australia, Childflight, JTB and NSW Roads and Traffic Authority.