Wendy Tigerman is a mostly-retired copywriter, graphic designer, comedy broadcast producer, and creative director in advertising and entertainment. She’s an L.A. native, student of Tibetan Buddhism, and irreverent wisecracker.
She gardens daily, talks to strangers, and pesters her rescue pooches for love. She takes photos constantly, writes irregularly, and creates award-winning digital collage and assemblage.
Wendy’s proudest moment as a writer came when Allen Ginsberg told her first husband that if he wanted to be a better poet, he should follow her and write down everything she said.
In her visual work “first thought, best thought” guides her and she celebrates the mundane as spiritual. Her humor is not for the faint of heart.
Wendy’s purpose in life is to be kind, generous and to create beautiful moments.