Attends the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs (ENSAD) of Paris, where her teacher squickly scout her talent and point Rebecca to a career as an illustrator.
She published her first illustration book in 1996 for Gautier-Languereau editions. The first is followed by several other successful books, including a wonderful version of Alice in Wonderland (2010) and the famous Forgotten or unknown Princesses (2004, published in 20 languages, more than one million copies sold worldwide).
Nourishing a passion for photography, her style is unique, characterized by very original points of view and an incredible mastery of gouache and graphite.
The success and quality of her work, known and admired throughout the world, has allowed her work to overcome the frontiers of the “jeunesse” (illustration for children) universe to touch and also attract adult audiences. Rebecca exhibits regularly in France and in the United States and is appreciated and requested both in illustration and advertising. In fact, her collaborations in this field comprehend famous brands such as Kenzo and Cartier.