Pamela Einarsen is an award-winning fine art portrait photographer who creates authentic images of people, their friends and family. A native of Michigan, Pamela has lived in the Pacific Northwest and the San Francisco Bay area where her photography began to merge the humanity of her Midwest upbringing with the creative edginess of the West Coast. Einarsen’s photojournalistic style goes beyond mere likenesses of faces. Pamela’s background as an oncology nurse helps her provide an atmosphere where people feel comfortable being themselves in front of the camera. She has exhibited nationally and was selected for a solo show at the Westport Arts Center in 2007. Pamela has studied photography at the Ansel Adams Photography Workshops, the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, the Maine Photographic Workshops and the International Center of Photography. Her corporate work has appeared in magazines and annual reports, including Mt. Sinai Children’s Environmental Health Center and publications such as the New York Times. For the last three years, Einarsen has been the official photographer documenting the work of agencies supported by Near and Far Aid. Pamela specializes in on-location portrait and lifestyle images and her work is in private collections world-wide.