Her interest in natural forms dates to childhood, when she played alone in the woods, combing the ground for fossils and hiding in hollowed out trees. She is known for meticulous craftsmanship and the inventiveness with which she explores the outer limits of her materials. Her expert use of hand building techniques renders each work she makes unique.
Before discovering her love of clay in the early 90s, Pamela worked as an art director for Bergdorf Goodman. In ceramics classes at Greenwich House in New York, her life was transformed. She quickly developed a rigorous studio practice and never looked back. Today her work is exhibited and collected internationally.