Bio – Wendy Aldiss

Photographer Wendy Aldiss was born in Oxford, UK and studied photography at Trent Polytechnic. Her interest is in people and the human condition/experience. Her work is influenced by the people around her and key stages in life. Wendy’s images include the portrayal of people themselves through environmental portraits, and the depiction of emotions and experiences.

Wendy has been Photographer in Residence at the Radcliffe Infirmary hospital, Oxford, documented the Banbury Stockyard and Worked with Restore, Oxford’s mental health charity, creating work and running workshops. With other artists Wendy runs workshops at the Elizabeth Fry charity.

Wendy works in film as well as digital. She was nominated for RPS 100 Heroines in 2018.


2019 Group show ‘Time to Think’ Festival Pil’ours, France
2019 Group show ‘Oxford Open Arts’ Oxford
2019 Group show ‘Seven counties Open Arts’ Oxford
2019 Group show ‘Everything I ever learnt’ University of Cambridge
2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Group show ‘24 Photography’ London
2019 Group show ‘Chromantics’ Didcot, Oxon
2018 Group show ‘Borders’ Bridewell Theatre, London
2017-18 ‘Burma Veterans: Unforgettable’, National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018 Group show ‘Salon’ Photofusion, London
2018 Group show ‘Because We Can’ Festival Pil’ours, France
2017 ‘Burma Veterans: Unforgettable’ Peterborough
2017 ‘N4 Stories’, Park Theatre, London
2017 Group show ‘Shutter Hub Open’ Edinburgh
2016 ‘Burma Veterans: Unforgettable’ The Army and Navy Club, London
2016 Group show ‘Foto Biennale salon’ Berlin
2012 Group show ‘Together’ Art Jericho, Oxford
2012 Group show ‘Street photography (Paris)’ part of London Street Photography Festival
2012 Group show ‘Cork Street annual open’ London.
1996 ‘A Picture of Health‘ University of Oxford
1996 ‘A Picture of Health‘ British Medical Association, London
1994 ‘Stockyard’, Banbury Museum, Banbury
1993 ‘Installation’ Oxford


Forces TV 2016
Radio Verulam Outspoken 2016
BBC Sport 2015
Radio Oxford 1996


Square Magazine Daily Telegraph
Black and White Photography Internationales Jahbruch der Fotographie
Marie Claire Sunday Mail (Scotland)
Oxford Times