Pam Boling has over four decades of photographic experience, beginning in her early teens as a hobbyist, photographing for high school and college newspapers. She first worked professionally as a wedding photographer starting at age 21, a happy accident as she likes to think of it. She later ventured into portraiture, part-time as a freelancer while moving frequently as a military spouse.
Pam has traveled much of the United States, having lived in eight states in all regions. She developed a keen interest in landscape and macro photography while traveling, and has experimented in many genres.
She is now permanently located in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she works as a part-time commercial and portrait photographer. She enjoys photographing women and especially working with those who have been victims of domestic abuse. She recently started a long-term domestic violence awareness project.
Pam is also a writer and has enjoyed success with copy writing for major corporations including photographic manufacturers. She hopes to combine her photography and writing skills into a journalistic venture.