As a toddler, Wendy cried every time she heard You Are My Sunshine, and she was very particular about nighttime stuffed animal placement. Many years later, she studied Art and Art History at The University of Georgia, wrote a lot of songs, and eventually moved to Austin, TX. There, she quickly realized that Ctrl+Z was much more efficient than a Kneadable Eraser. Since then, she has worked as a graphic and web designer/developer, animator, writer, song-crafter, production designer, and general creative problem-solver.
She has written a column for the now-very-defunct Austinist.com (Hello, My Name Is), played in a band, The Casting Couch, and embarked on some theatrical experiments with Tongue & Groove Theatre. She currently runs The Stuffed Animal Rescue Foundation, occasionally shoots cans off of her porch from her bedroom with a Red Ryder BB gun, and plays a lot of volleyball. She has excellent hand-eye coordination and is intermittently working on a play or novel based on a fictional reality TV show involving advertising, marketing professionals, sadness, the internet, and outer space