Coming to Sedona Arizona for your wedding? Call Pamela Duffy. Pamela will create intimate portraits of you and your family on your wedding day.
Pamela's naturalistic and spontaneous style of photographing the flux of life's unrepeatable moments comes from Pamela's 20 years of documentary photography.
Her editorial assignments have been published in Life, Natural History and Parenting Magazine to name a few. As a weekly photographic contributor for six years at The Village Voice, her photos documented the New York art and literary scene.
Pamela's interest in photography began as an art major while studying abroad in Madrid, Spain. After graduating from the University of California at Davis with a B.A. in Art and Spanish, she moved to New York.
Her documentary photography focuses on social and humanistic subjects, especially regarding the lives of women and children.
Pamela's photographic essay, Nanny, about Latin and Caribbean immigrant women working as caregivers in New York, has been published in Parenting, DoubleTake, Photo District News and Al and Tipper Gore's recent book The Spirit of Family.
Her photos of Mother Teresa at Tangra, a Moslem camp in India, are in private collections worldwide.
The Invisible Woman, her awarding winning photo documentary, looks at the lives of women who work as domestics in Brazil.
She has also worked as a still photographer on several motion picture shoots in New York City where she was based until 2001.
Having lived in Spain and Brazil, Pamela is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese. She now resides in Sedona, Arizona.
Want to know how Pamela works and what she is photographing these days? Read Pamela Duffy's LiveJournal.
Call Pamela today at 928/284-9383 to reserve your day.