Wendy Carrig is an established British 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 NBC/The BiLife, Triumph lingerie, Really Wild, Elle Germany and Stella Telegraph magazine.
She 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 best in category for portraiture at the Association of Photographers Awards. Recent sittings include Tessa Sanderson CBE, Rosena Allin-Khan MP, the girl band Bananarama and Ayda Field Williams.
Inspired by Avedon's In The American West, Carrig 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.
Current exhibitions include COMMON PEOPLE - a solo exhibition at The Greenham Common Control Tower showing life in the Greenham Common Peace Camps; and 209WOMEN at The Houses of Parliament London - a group exhibition by 209 women photographers who have created new portraits of all 209 women MPs in celebration of a centenary of votes for women.