Wendy's photographic style is mindful, compassionate, and honest, driven by intuition, insatiable curiosity, and love of storytelling. Her respect and empathy for people and cultures, and keen ability to meaningfully engage with both, allows her to capture intimate, authentic moments that reveal rich commentaries beyond the frame. Her vulnerability and willingness to expose herself endows her photographs with the power to convey the commonality of the human experience, from a unique point of view. Her photographs have been the subject of shows and competitions in the U.S. and internationally, and have been published in media outlets worldwide, including a photo essay in Travel & Leisure magazine. Her book, "My Holiday in North Korea: The Funniest/Worst Place on Earth" was named "one of 19 travel photography books that will change the way you see the world," by AOL.com. Despite her hatred for packing, she has traveled to approximately 100 countries across all 7 continents, so far.