Lexi Pendzich is a photographer, living and working in Edmonton. Her lens-based work focuses on documentary photography, daily life and portraiture. She’s inspired by the power of images that tell stories, personal narratives and capture moments that wouldn’t otherwise be documented. Her photographic works explore the lightness of adventure - scenes she's stepped into and placed in a creative capsule.

Lexi received her BA in Art History and Anthropology from the University of Alberta in 2008. She has shown work at The Gallery at CASA (Lethbridge, Alberta), 519 Gallery (Lethbridge, Alberta) and Publication Studio (Edmonton, Alberta). She produced a DIY publication My Dog in My Place, a book of photographs and poetry, and published AGENDA 2036, a publication that's an ode to planning for the future, with Publication Studio Edmonton. Lexi has donated work to art auctions including Schmoozy (Latitude 53) and Art Frenzy (Southern Alberta Art Gallery). Her most recent photography work is a visual narrative of women and LGBTQ+ skateboarders in the community.

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