Wendel Wirth is best known for her landscape photographs with a minimalist palette. Her large-scale color photographs taken from a single vantage point explore atmospheric nuance in swiftly changing environments. Choosing to shoot in atmospheric conditions, Wirth creates monochromatic images that distort the viewer's perspective of the landscape. Her compositions prompt the viewer to contemplate our place in the world. Wirth's purpose is for the viewer to look inward at how the image moves them. "My intent is that the complexities and pensive nature of the photographs are universal, and yet, intimately personal", Wirth states.