Wendy Aldiss

Wendy is interested in people; how they live and how they think. Her work is influenced by the people around her and key stages in life. Having documented the entire contents of her late father’s house she is currently putting this into book form. In 2015 Wendy created portraits of veterans from the Burma Campaign in WW2. Wendy’s work on the distortions of memory explores how memories change over time, and has been included in exhibitions and photography magazines in the UK. Previously she has been Photographer in Residence at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford. Her work spans social documentary, fine art and portraiture. Wendy studied photography in Nottingham. She works in film as well as digital.