Wendy Aldiss is interested in people-how they live and how they think and feel. Her work is influenced by the people around her and key stages in life. Wendy’s recent work was to produce portraits of over 200 Veterans who had operated on the allied side in Burma during WW2. This culminated in solo exhibitions in London, Cambridge and Staffordshire.
A previous project was on the distortions of memory and explores how memories change over time, and has been included in exhibitions and photography magazines in the UK.
Previously Wendy 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
Burma Veteran Don Rhodes, digital image, 2015
Burma Veteran Stan Pacey Rhodes, digital image, 2015
Burma Veteran Derrick Hull, digital image, 2015
Burma Veteran Roy Carpenter, digital image, 2015
Sandcastles, analogue image 2013
Friend on the Beach, analogue image, 2013