Becca Screnock is a Salt Lake City-based artist whose photography work focuses on overlooked moments, intimacy, and relationships between people and spaces. She studied Fine Art with a focus on Painting at the University of Wisconsin before completing the One-Year Creative Practices Program at the International Center of Photography (ICP), as a Director's Fellow. Since graduating in 2021, she has volunteered as an online TA for the ICP One-Year Creative Practices Program, and Continuing Education Program, as a way of maintaining a strong sense of community, and participates in three different photography critique groups, engaging with meaningful work in all stages of development.

Screnock's work has been included in group exhibitions, such as:

  • (Un) Natural Cycles: Air, Water at Land at Center for Fine Art Photography (Fort Collins, CO)

  • Color Space: Contemporary Photography Exhibition at Black Box Gallery (Portland, OR)

  • The Beauty in Madness at Praxis Photo Arts Center (Minneapolis, MN)

  • The Exhibition Lab Exhibition at Foley Gallery 
(New York, NY) 

Screnock’s work was shared in the online presentation "Beyond Magnum, Chapter III: The Paradigm Shift: Photography Transformed," given by Fred Ritchin, as part of the 2021 Magnum Foundation presentation series, Beyond Magnum, and featured on Ritchin's online platform, as part of New Strategies | Interactive Portraits.  In addition, she is an 18th Julia Margaret Cameron Award Winner, a 17th Pollux Awards Winner, an Editors' Pick for the LensCulture 2021 Critics Choice Competition, and an Editor's Pick for the LensCulture 2022 Street Photography Award. 



Available for editorial  assignments and commissions. 

Fine Art Prints: Limited Edition; 5 + 2 APs.