Although originally born in Pittsburgh, PA, Pam spent her early years moving throughout the world before finally landing in the Philadelphia area. She studied journalism and marketing in college and enjoyed working in the marketing and advertising world for many years at HBO Inc. Getting married and having three children carried Pam into the next stage in her life. Then, one summer, a bit of destiny brought some free time, a camera and a photography class into Pam’s world and ignited a previously unknown passion.
Today, Pam continues to explore the journalistic stories that drove her studies in college but now through the lens of her camera. Her images look to capture experiences and emotions that are both poignant and universal. Through her work, Pam explores the things that make us human and provide us our humanity, regardless of geographic, social, economic, or educational differences. She seeks to investigate the common denominators in the human experience. Her work aims to explore our collective impulses and desires and how life’s unpredictable moments impact us all.
In addition to Pam’s internationally exhibited and acclaimed fine art work, she also leads workshops for photographers on using composition, color, and light to craft memorable images and developing and executing enriching personal projects. She is also available for one-on-one mentoring. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.