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I am a Photographic Anthropologist; studying humans, their origins, physical characteristics, and social relationships. I am a Mother, appointment maker, cook, and laundry extraordinaire. But really, I’m a perspective shifter.
A lifetime of being an observer has been the key to the way I photograph the world. I’m fascinated by the vast differences from family to family, and even more fascinated by just how alike we all are. We are all having our own unique life experience, and yet, there is a common thread that runs through all of us. Wanting the best for our children, being changed in amazing ways when we become parents, and the overwhelming love we have for our kids.
I strive to live a life that is full of notice and gratitude for the everyday mundane moments in life. I make it my goal to photograph those moments for my clients to show them that while the highlight reel is beautiful, the behind the scenes footage is where the real magic happens.
Living in Red Wing MN with her husband of 17 years and her two daughters, Pam has always been drawn to the little moments in life. She is a self taught photographer since 2006 and in 2014 completed a one year mentorship with Kirsten Lewis honing her family documentary photography skills. The path of moment-focused photography began in 2011 when her Grandmother passed away from Alzheimers. She had photographed her family and her Grandmother in documentary style and found that images of emotion and real life were what her heart was drawn to. Those images have the power to help heal, and she wanted to share that vision with others. When not photographing, Pam enjoys teaching photography, spending time with their dog, Abby, and mastering the art of a good nap.