Wendy Carrig photographs fashion, portrait and documentary.
She is a founding member of f22 AOP women photographers which was created to challenge gender disparity within the photographic industry.
A participating artist in the 209women takeover of Parliament, where new photographic portraits of all the UK female MPs were created exclusively by female photographers, marking a centenary of votes for women.
This extends back to her early career when, as a photography student, she documented the Women Peace Protestors at Greenham Common. This work has now been recognized with new exhibitions in the UK & Europe.
Her commissioned work has been widely published on magazine covers and advertising hoardings, and her personal projects have gained her recognition in many international photography awards :
2022 - 37th AOP Photography Awards, finalist in Fashion & Project
2022 - Turner Contemporary Margate, Poster Exhibition
2021 - COMMON PEOPLE exhibition, The Base Greenham
2021 - 'Women in Photography', panel discussion, Photo London
2021 - Someone's Daughter, exhibition, Photo London
2021 - RPS International Photography Exhibition 163, shortlist
2021 - BJP Portrait of Humanity Award, shortlist
2021 - 16th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, honorable mentions for Documentary & Reportage, Still Life, and Architecture
2021 - Women in Protest, solo exhibition, Pie Factory Margate, for POW! 2021
2021 - Actions of Art & Solidarity, exhibition, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo
2020 - PhotoLondon magazine, featured artist
2020 - 36th AOP Photography Awards, GOLD award winner
2020 - BJP Portrait of Humanity, exhibition, in Space!
2020 - BJP Portrait of Britain, winner
2020 - 'Women Photographers Now' guest speaker, the Photographers Gallery, London