Pam Connolly has been photographing the theme of home for 10+ years. Her tin dollhouses, family portraits, and photographs of domestic spaces look closely at the American dream and the yearning for perfection and belonging.
Connolly received an MFA in Photography from the Hartford Art School’s International Limited-Residency Program (2014). Her photographs belong to the Houston Museum of Fine Arts Permanent Collection, and her artist book ‘Cabriole’ was recently acquired by the Beineke Library at Yale University and the Fine Arts Library at Harvard University. She has exhibited her work internationally, including the National Portrait Gallery in London in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Exhibition (2015).
Connolly has taught photography at The Horace Mann and Masters Schools in New York, and with the ‘Kids With Cameras’ organization for kids at risk. She lives in the Lower Hudson Valley in New York, with her husband David and her dog Sampson.