Wendy Catling is an Australian visual artist working primarily in the medium of photography. Her work focuses on the complexities of family, memory, power and intergenerational trauma. She completed her MA – Photography degree at Photography Studies College in 2020 and BA - Fine Art at Monash University in 1983 with a major in printmaking. From 1987 to 2001 while living in London she worked as a textile designer, stage manager, theatre administrator and improvising sound and lighting operator. Wendy has taught art, design and photography to secondary students since 2001. She volunteers as a tour guide at Tarrawarra Museum of Art and assists women and children who are escaping family violence through voluntary work at McAuley Community Services for Women. Her works have been shown in the USA and Australia and are in collections at Warrnambool Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Australia and in private collections. She has twin daughters and lives with her sound designer, film maker partner in the outer suburbs of Melbourne surrounded by bushland reserves.