Pamela is a multidisciplinary - and sometimes interdisciplinary - artist. She's a writer, director, photographer and creative collaborator.
A few projects over the past year include: touring as a core artist with Theatre SKAM's Fashion Machine in the UK, assistant directing The Winter's Tale for the Greater Victoria Shakespeare festival and co-writing/directing/building a show for Theatre Yes' (Edmonton) Anxiety - a "pan-Canadian, immersive performance-installation piece" (yes, that's a thing and it was awesome). She has written and directed three micro plays: Community Outreach, Giving Back (for SKAM’s Bike Ride Festival) and Cornelius & Titania or A Tragedy of the Commons (A Comedy) for the Belfry Theatre’s Spark Festival 2017.
Before working for several years in the commercial photographic industry, she worked in stage management for various theatre and opera companies across Canada.
Pamela makes her home in Victoria, British Columbia where she is also a childbirth educator and birth & postpartum doula. She serves as President on the board of Impulse Theatre. In her free time she enjoys eating and sleeping.