Strangest thing you have ever eaten:
I will eat any sushi placed in front of me and one time I had shiokara, raw squid in a salted mix of squid guts which is pretty strange. I’ve also eaten shark. Funny how I’m mostly vegetarian.
Most delightful word you can think of:
Glitch. It’s my version of saying a more delightful word versus another one that rhymes with it.
Advice you got that was the most rewarding:
It’s okay, we are human.
Favorite movie quote:
“Say hello to my little friend!”
Most interesting thing you have in your purse/wallet:
A card with a link to my picture taken at the Broadway musical of Book of Mormon.
Pamela has worked in Radio, Film, TV and more for over 20 years. She loves everything about cameras and how taking pictures everyday can change and impact lives. Her motto in life is to make life around her more positive. If she can do that while holding a camera, she will always have a smile on her face.
Her last employment was working as an account executive for Atomos. She worked on Sales/Marketing/Business Development and best of all taught filmmakers how to be better at what they do. I can talk tech all day long with cameras and how you shoot.
In the past she has taught at NAB, Photoshop World, WPPI, PPE, Adobe Max and will be teaching a workshop at the upcoming Adobe Max in Vegas this fall.
Pamela has also written for and produced/ co-hosted the podcast for Photofocus.com.
Pamela has tech edited books on Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator & Motion. She has worked with Oscar and DGA winning Directors. You can see an upcoming film on HBO in which she worked as Steven Soderbergh’s script supervisor.
Her love will always be around cameras whether it is doing photography or video. You can sometimes hear her on various radio stations filling in or doing voice work.