Mem Bridgman is currently, mainly working on photography. She specialises in using macro and fisheye lenses, taking local flora and insects as her main subject. Nature reveals itself when you take the time to look at what is going on, and these lenses offer opportunities to present facets of the world in sometimes unexpected ways. She is often found lying on the ground, getting muddy and trying not to fall into water.
When she is not looking through her camera, Mem also works with silver and stained glass, and keeps adding to her long list of all the other media she would like to have a chance to experiment with.