Wendy Pye lives and works in Brighton, UK.
Wendy's personal work stems from an interest in the cycles of life and death and moments and symbols that occur in the liminal space between living and dying.
Wendy is a photography lecturer and photographic artist. She graduated from The MA in Photographic Arts at The London College of Communication, London in 2009.
2006 - 2008 London College of Communication, London.
M.A. Photographic Arts
1996 Hoxton Bibliotech, 31-37 Hoxton Street London N1.
BTEC in Electronic Multimedia / Website Design
1986 - 1989 Westminster University, Harrow, Middlesex.
B.A. (Hons) in Photography, Film & Video
1984 - 1986 Southport College of Art, Southport, Merseyside.
BTEC in Photography
Photographer Network Selection 2012 - curated by Thomas Kellner, Siegen, Germany
Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN 11 - curated by Charlotte Cotton, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton
Luminance - 10GS, Grosvenor St, Mayfair, London
Nine Point Perspective - Hotshoe Gallery, Farringdon, London
Contact Vs Tri-pod - Studio Strike, London
Bridge - Bom Gallery, Seoul, Korea
UK-Korea Interchange Exhibition of Contemporary Photography - AM Gallery, Borough St, Hove
In-Site - Brighton Photo Biennial / Fringe - Blue Dog Gallery, 20 Gardner St, Brighton, BN1 1UP
Salon 09 - Four Corners, 121 Roman Rd, London, E2 OQN
From Here - Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN 09. Moore House, 13 Black Lion St, Brighton
Freshfacedandwildeyed09 - Photographers' Gallery, 16 - 18 Ramillies Street, London.
Host Summer Exhibition - Host Gallery, 1 Honduras Street, London.
Territory - Photo Open Exhibition. Otter Gallery, Chichester University, West Sussex
New Landscapes - Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton, East Sussex
Blue - Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton, East Sussex
M.A Final Show - London College of Communication, London SE1
Spectre - Brighton Photography Fringe Festival, The Media Centre Gallery, Brighton
M.A Interim Show - Well Gallery, London College of Communication, London SE1
Foundation - Space Studios, London E1
Superstition - AOP Gallery, London SE1
M.A Interim Show - Eckersley Gallery, London College of Communication, London SE1
The Things We Love - Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton
Behind the Image By Natasha Caruana and Anna Fox, AVA Press: Distributed by Phaidon
Arty Magazine– ‘The Big Picture’ (Winter issue)
The Guardian Newspaper – ‘This Time it’s a Love Story’ (06.06.09)
BJP Magazine - 'You're on Your Own Now' (06.05.09)
BJP Magazine - 'The Graduates' (24.06.09)
Source Magazine - Brighton Photo Fringe 2008, 'Looking Obliquely at The Landscape' (Winter 2009, Issue 57)
Hotshoe Magazine, 'Brighton Photo Fringe 2008', Review (Dec 2008-Jan 2009)
Honourable Mention - Lucie International Photography Awards
Shortlisted - Deutsche Bank Pyramid Award
AOP London 'Superstition' competition
University of The Arts Collection