Pamela is very curious about how things work, especially people. She loves writing and directing films, because it's a great excuse to watch people. In cafes, out windows, on the subway, in the airport. Usually that's just called voyeurism, but if you have a moleskine notebook, you can get away with a lot. She studied behavioral psychology at Macalester College, verité documentary filmmaking with Barbara Kopple, narrative filmmaking at New York University’s MFA program, and she learned everything else by getting lost a lot.

Pamela wrote and directed THE ADDERALL DIARIES (starring James Franco, Ed Harris, Amber Heard, Christian Slater and Cynthia Nixon), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2015. She is a proud alum of the Sundance Institute's Screenwriter’s Lab, Director’s Lab, Producer’s Summit, and the Film Music and Sound Design Lab at Skywalker Sound. Past honors include the NYU Purple List, the Film Society of Lincoln Center Artist’s Academy and the Indian Paintbrush Feature Film Grant.

Pamela wrote and directed a piece for THE COLOR OF TIME (James Franco, Mila Kunis, Jessica Chastain, Zach Braff), a multi-director narrative film based on the life and poetry of CK Williams.

Pamela is a Brooklynite, a bit of a pyromaniac, and retains just enough of her pre-med education to talk you down from your WebMD diagnosis.