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Working as a location photographer has taken Pam from Fortune 500 board rooms to agricultural fields to colleges campuses. The diversity of clients, environments and landscapes have one commonality. They’re all different.
“I make photographs that tell your story, your way – in your language – by listening to and observing who you are.”
Pam is not only hired for the way she sees – eyes on the grounds – but for her professionalism and ability to put people at ease, whether in front or away from the camera. She creates a comfort zone, resulting in photographs which tell your story, capturing real events, with real people.
Pam provides a wide range of services which include architecture, agriculture, editorial, education, advertising, public relations, events, portraits – head shots, seniors, couples, family and weddings.
Educated and trained as a Fine Art Photographer, then changing to photo journalism was pivotal. “Incorporating both her educated and skilled fine art eye with an insatiable curiosity about life has created a distinct and dynamic combination.”
Making a living as a photographer is not only a living but a life style. Pam lives and works in and out of McCall. Her other life – the life style part – involves runs in the mountains, mountain biking, skiing, riding horses and living life to it’s fullest – a daily goal.
M.F.A. Photography.University of Buffalo. SUNY. Visual Studies Workshop Campus. Rochester, N.Y.
B.A. English, Major. Photography, Minor Goddard College. Plainfield, Vermont.