Wendy Carrig is an established freelance photographer; a long standing member of The Association of Photographers; a co-founder and contributing editor of Perfect Bound magazine; and has been represented by A&R Creative agency London since 1994. She has recently been nominated for the Royal Photographic Society's list of #HundredHeroines.
Her photography style has been described as playful and real and she is regularly commissioned for fashion, beauty and lifestyle assignments - recent clients include Dulux/Fearne Cotton, NBC/The BiLife, Triumph lingerie, Really Wild, Elle Germany and Stella Telegraph magazine.
Wendy is also known for her portrait photography; her work has been selected for both catalogue cover and poster campaign for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery, London; and she has won the AOP Best In Category award for portraiture at the Association of Photographers Awards. Recent sittings include Olympian Tessa Sanderson CBE, Rosie Duffield MP, the girl band Bananarama and Ayda Field Williams.
Her portrait of the MP Dr.Rosena Allin-Khan, Shadow Minister for Sport, is currently on show at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool as part of the 209WOMEN photography project celebrating a centenary of votes for women; and her solo exhibition COMMON PEOPLE showing archive photography from the Greenham Common Peace Camps has just finished a three month run at the Tower Gallery, Greenham Common.
Inspired by Avedon's work In The American West, Wendy has created a mobile pop-up portrait studio which she regularly tours. Recent projects include Manhood Academy, Circus and The Tattooed Lady, and she also holds an annual pop-up fundraiser for the RNLI.