An award-winning photographer, Pamela Einarsen's work has been featured in the New York Times as well as Westport and Weston magazines. Her photography was chosen from over one million images submitted to be published in the prestigious America 24/7 project, featured in the Connecticut & Dogs editions. In addition, her fine art images have been selected for solo and juried shows on both the local and national level.
A native of Michigan, Pamela grew up with a love of the outdoors and family time together. Subsequent moves around the West Coast and finally, Connecticut, have reinforced her appreciation for the diversity of places and people. Her West Coast experience fostered a love of contemporary art. She has participated in many workshops and classes around the country to perfect her craft.
Trained as an oncology nurse, Pam spent ten years helping people feel comfortable in uncomfortable medical situations. This has well prepared her for helping clients feel comfortable in front of the camera. Being a mother and volunteering in the schools, has also made Pamela very patient, flexible, and sensitive to the special moments of family life. She makes her home in Westport, Connecticut with her husband, two off-to-college boys, and the housecoat, Gravel.
Pamela's spontaneous and fun approach, her ability to connect closely with her subjects, and her artistic eye, have made her one of the most sought after photographers in southwestern Connecticut. Pamela's work now resides in collections worldwide.