Every living being tells a story. Wendy has found that wildlife, and their environment, are incredible story tellers. Her purpose, and her passion, is to listen, then translate their "tales" through photography. This involves, first, discovering their language by spending many hours observing their physical characteristics, as well as the often subtle nature of their voices, their behavior and their mannerisms.
Wendy travels to their homes and waits for an invitation to listen, then captures the perfect moment, through their songs, their expressions, their actions, or their movement. Sometimes it happens by the side of the road. Sometimes it takes days. Wendy's photographs are her translation of their stories.
Since 1972, Wendy has been involved in film and photography, recieving formal training at both Boston University (BS in film) and the New York Institution of Photography. Additionally, Master classes with renowned photographers such as Art Wolfe, George Lepp, David Muench, Linde Weidhofer, Bill Silliker, Arthur Morris and John Cang, keep her on the cutting edge of photography styles and techniques.
Wendy is a featured artist at Canadian Art Prints, a publisher of open edition prints and art cards. Wendy's images can be found in public and private collections throughout the United States. Wendy is a member if the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP).
1% of the profits from my work goes to support International League of Conservation Photographers.