Becky Davis is a photographer, producer, copywriter, and digital storyteller based in Washington, D.C., with a background in campaigns, advocacy, humanitarian assistance, and digital media. With a decade of experience, she currently combines her interests as a campaigner and content producer at one of the leading international humanitarian organizations in the world, Oxfam. At Oxfam, she writes copy, creates visual narratives, and leads on social media content for digital driven campaigns that address climate change, voting rights, corporate power, conflict, and migration. She has conducted storytelling and multimedia trainings with Oxfam field staff in countries like Yemen and Thailand. Her work has taken her to document the lives of Syrian refugees in Jordan to maternal and child health issues in Vietnam and has appeared in media outlets such as Teen Vogue and OkayAfrica.
2021 #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis book publication
2020 #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis exhibition, International Center of Photography Museum, NYC
2020 Dupont Underground Rise Up exhibition, Washington, D.C.
2020 Exposed DC annual exhibition, Touchstone Galley, Washington, D.C.
blogs and photo essays
Calling the Midwives: How midwives in Viet Nam are helping women in hard-to-reach communities get the health care they need
Oxfam America's Behind the Barcodes Food Truck Journal
digital media toolkits
Justice for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Oxfam America
Global Climate Strikes, Oxfam America
World Refugee Day, Oxfam America