I'm Rebecca Noble, a photojournalist currently with the Cody Enterprise in Cody, Wyoming. I transferred from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago to the University of Arizona where I graduated in May of 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.

I fell in love with photojournalism somewhere early on in my three and a half years working as a photographer, photo editor and senior photographer at the UA's student newspaper The Daily Wildcat. I interned at the Billings Gazette from May-August of 2017, worked as the photo editor and a photographer for the University of Arizona School of Journalism's incarnation of the Tombstone Epitaph in the fall of 2016, interned at Tucson Weekly from Jan.-May of 2016 and the Arizona Daily Star from June-Dec. of 2015. I have also contributed images to New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Associated Press, Arizona Republic, Sierra Vista Herald / Bisbee Daily Review, Tucson Sentinel, Polaris Images, Casa Grande Dispatch, Championship Wrestling from ArizonaArizona Jewish Post, Tail Winds, The University of Arizona School of Journalism's publications SciView and The Cursor, Maricopa Monitor, The Occupy Kansas City Post, playbill art for The Gate Theatre, Notting Hill, and have been commissioned by bands, chefs and families for photography.

Outside of active photojournalism, I fostered a deep passion for archival work, finding an invigorating, symbiotic relationship between creating my own images and helping to preserve others' through a two and a half year term in the registration department  at the Center for Creative Photography, the world's largest North American photography archive, and a student position with the University of Arizona Libraries' Special Collections for over a year. 

I am available for freelance work across Wyoming and Montana. 

For a downloadable copy of my resume click here.

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