Becky was born in Chatham, Kent.
At the age of ten her Father moved abroad and started working in the Middle East and Africa. Becky then spent the next 15 years commuting between England and where her parents were living. In 1985 having completed a foundation course at Canterbury College of Art, moved to live and work in London. In 2004 Becky completed a BA Honours degree at UCA Canterbury.
Becky is currently living in Kent with her husband and three children. “I have developed my own immediate response to a technique developed by the artist Jackson Pollock, whilst studying his process at university. His unique style has inspired me to produce a fluid, energetic, representational reaction to his work. Working mainly in acrylic paint, ink or domestic emulsion paint, I work directly from the tube or paint pot using a stick or tube to flick and direct the paint from a standing position over the paper or canvas. With my work I am interested in expressing a sense of power, movement and strength, whatever the subject matter.”