Posts tagged aopawards2020

A big thank you to all the wonderful teams I had the pleasure of working with in the extraordinary year that was 2020. I know 2021 is already proving to be a challenge, but you can’t dampen the creative spirit and I believe passion and positivity will help see us through.

Wishing you a healthy, happy, and truly inspirational new year.

Picture montage from my 2020 #bestnine on Instagram :

  1. Behind the scenes from my first post-lockdown photoshoot, portrait by Gemma Gravett
  2. I received GOLD for my series on Ocean Plastics at #aopawards2020
  3. My portrait of an RNLI lifesaver was a BJP Portrait of Britain winner.
  4. I was the featured artist of PhotoLondon magazine 28.
  5. Fearne Cotton for Dulux
  6. Alex Jones for the Sunday Telegraph.
  7. On set for Future Dreams Cancer Charity
  8. The one and only Dawn French
  9. On set with Fearne Cotton and Maddison the Dulux Dog

I am completely honored, and more than excited, to be the featured artist of the current Photo London magazine. Previous artists include Sarah Moon, Dennis Hopper and Stephen Shore, all of whom are personal photography heroes.

The magazine includes an interview, a curated selection of works, and a behind the scenes video from a photo shoot with Bananarama. You can view and download the complete issue here.

My sincere thanks to Photo London, for including me in their publication, the Association of Photographers, for the nomination, and Kirsty Mackay for her curatorial eye.

Wendy Carrig is represented by A&R Creative Agency

Exciting news, my series on ocean plastics has been awarded GOLD by the Association of Photographers.

I created these images, part of a larger series, to highlight the overwhelming quantities of discarded plastics that are polluting and choking our oceans. I hope exposure surrounding the AOP awards will help highlight the issue, and I am pleased to see there is already coverage on the BBC website and in today’s Guardian.

Meanwhile my thanks to Art Buyer & Creative Producer Kathy Howes who judged the Still Life & Object category and chose my series, and Creative Director Geoff Waring for encouraging me to explore my ideas in still life. As photographers we generally and naturally fall into shooting a particular genre. I am known for photographing people and therefore feel a greater achievement to have my work appreciated across genres.

On a final note, apparently I am the first woman to be a two times recipient of an AOP gold, which makes me extra proud.

Photography copyright Wendy Carrig ©2019 Images first published in Perfect Bound magazine.

Wendy Carrig is represented by A&R Creative Agency London

Photo London opens to the public today, billed as the first International Photography fair online. There are lots of new and exciting works to view and admission is free.

Included are five of my images, selected for this year’s AOP Photography Awards. The Association of Photographers are one of the 100+ exhibitors and are showcasing all the finalists from this years Awards.

My images can also be viewed on the Artsy site :

Photography copyright Wendy Carrig ©2019