Becki Moss is a visual storyteller utilising both still and moving imagery to capture moments in time. Her passion is telling stories of communities that are often overlooked, helping people to feel seen, validated and heard. Her debut public exhibition Queer Portraits of Auckland was held during Auckland Pride this year and featured portraits of the queer community of Auckland.
Becki is currently working on a variety of ongoing projects including one on invisible chronic illnesses, a subject close to her heart as she lives with chronic kidney disease, endometriosis and ongoing pain. Becki was named as one of YWCA’s Y25 for 2020 - 25 young New Zealand women under 25 who are influential in their areas.
When she's not taking photos, you'll find her connecting with people, listening to podcasts, taking naps, doing embroidery, reading books and exploring the outdoors. Check out @beckimoss_ on Instagram or Becki's website for more information.