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Wendy is a British-Hong Kongese Writer/Director and Royal Television Society nominee based in London. She is a member of BAFTA Connect and Directors UK. Growing up in Hong Kong and having lived in the UK for 8 years, she takes inspiration from both cultures.

Wendy aspires to raise awareness of inequalities and injustices in the modern world through her work. Being East Asian and queer, she is passionate about portraying authentic East/South-East Asian representation and LGBTQI+ issues on screen.

Her musical film ‘Who Murdered the Maid?’, which addresses transgender issues, has been nominated for the Royal Television Society Student Television Awards 2021 & the LGBTQI+ Mentorship at Watersprite Film Festival 2021.

She directed the film ‘salt: dispersed’ which is the adaptation of Selina Thompson’s original award-winning one-woman theatre show about grief, ancestry, and colonialism. It was commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre & funded by Arts Council England. She also directed two monologues ‘Red Ink’ & ‘Close Encounter’ for Creating Apart, which showcases emerging East Asian & South East Asian actors in the UK, funded by Arts Council England.

Wendy has been selected as 1 of 4 directors on Wild Vision 2022. She was also part of "The Network" for the Edinburgh TV Festival 2020-2021 and shortlisted at the TriForce Creative Network x UKTV WriterSlam 2021.

She is also active in the commercial world. She works with Sassy Films, writing commercial ideas for them. Her work includes the commercial of the LGBT+ horror ‘Sour Hall’, an Audible podcast written by Laura Kirwan-Ashman, featuring Pearl Mackie & Lucy Fallon.

Wendy is currently mentored by Tom Vaughan (Doctor Foster, Victoria, What Happens in Vegas) via Directors UK Inspire. She was previously mentored by BAFTA nominated Director Isabelle Sieb (Vigil, Shetland, The Devil's Hour), BFI Network x BAFTA Crew Writer/Director Laura Scrivano, who directed ‘The Lazarus Project’ written by Joe Barton (Giri/Haji), a new thriller for Sky starring Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You).  She was also mentored by EMU Films Producer Louise Palmkvist Hansen through Rising Waves, a talent scheme for creatives of British East and South East Asian (BESEA) heritage in the performing arts industry.

She speaks 4 languages which are English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Japanese.

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