Rebecca I. Flores
"I believe everyone has a story to tell. How you tell it is what makes you an artist."
From her earliest years, Rebecca Flores has been devoted to media and communication. While earning dual degrees from the University of Texas at Austin, she took the role of Station Manager at TSTV, the first commercial college broadcast station in the U.S. After college she worked as a freelance videographer and cinematographer in central Texas for independent filmmakers as well as for HGTV and the A&E networks. After earning her Masters degree in Film Production at the University of Southern California in 2007, Rebecca was invited to assist in teaching student film workshops at the Royal Film Commission of Jordan. While working there in Amman, she accepted the first teaching position with Jordan’s new graduate film school, The Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts. After many adventures in teaching and filmmaking in the Middle East, she returned to Texas in 2012. Since then, Rebecca has taught as an adjunct professor at The University of Texas at Arlington, Southern Methodist University and The Art Institute of Dallas. Currently Rebecca is working and teaching with the Dallas Center for Photography as well as working as a freelance filmmaker.