Mandy L. Kendall is a photographer, educator, web developer and artist based in Pittsburgh, PA. She has over 12 years of photography experience, having worked as a studio, commercial, documentary and fine art photographer, as well as a photographic educator.
Kendall works in a number of photographic techniques, from historical processes to new digital technologies. Her current bodies of work focus on the emotional remnants of lost relationships and our ever-evolving relationship with and impact on the landscape.
In 2015, Kendall was invited to Photo Gallery Momozono in Tokyo, Japan to show her work Sacrificial Fire to an international audience, in reponse to growing energy concerns in the United States and Japan.
Kendall holds a degree in Information Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh, a certificate in photography from Pittsburgh Filmmakers, and has studied alternative photographic processes at Peters Valley
Craft Center and the f295 Symposium. She is an adjunct professor of photography at Pittsburgh Filmmakers, teaching artist at PFM Youth Media and Silver Eye Center for Photography, and teaching assistant with the f295 Symposium. She is a founding member of the Pittsburgh
photography collective, AgWorks.