Becky F. Harris is a photographer from Vicksburg, MS. 

She acquired a passion for photography in her teen years, and became more involved with various facets of the camera and printing during college.  She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from Eastern New Mexico University, where she taught the darkroom photography lab and was also the university’s sports photographer. Because of her printing and darkroom experience, she continues to have a great appreciation for monochrome images.

As a native New Mexican, she desired to capture the colorful open skies, unique landscapes, and diverse cultures of the Southwest. She received numerous awards from competitions over the years from the New Mexico State Fair and the Albuquerque Zoological Society.

She spent seven years in San Diego, CA where she photographed life along the coastline. When she became the mother of three sons, many years were devoted to capturing images of her family and their many activities.

Now, a resident of the Southern U.S., she avidly photographs alligators, coastal birds, flowers, Civil War sites, MS Blues landmarks, and the defining culture of the area.

Becky’s experience includes freelance photography and writing. She has received awards and recognition from the Enchanted Lens Camera Club and the Jackson Photographic Society, as well as having images and articles published in the ENMU Alumni Magazine, Bird Magazine, and on various websites.  She is also a member of the Photographic Society of America and Gulf States Camera Council.