Wendell's work is about light and making even studio lighting look natural. Light sets the mood, and gives depth, and life to a living space or object he photographs.
Wendell got his start in NYC as a successful still life and interior photographer. Working for clients like Martha Stewart Living, Town & Country, This Old House, and the Gap he became known for capturing the most difficult shots by hanging out windows or climbing up trees, whatever it took. Now, Wendell lives in Southern Connecticut with his girlfriend, two daughters, and a dog named Maui.