...of someone who is not only naturally beautiful, but is also currently studying at Oxford University (you read that right) to achieve her masters degree in Development and Emergency Practice?
Pamela is a Humanitarian Communications Specialist. She worked for World Vision for serveral years, before deciding to go to Oxford and persue her Masters, and worked with a team to respond to disasters around the world. She has worked in twelve different developing countries in Asia and the Pacific, including three years that she spent with the Tsunami programs in Thailand and Sri Lanka.
She has traveled the world in pursuit of helping children and families in emergency situations. I can't imagine how fullfilling her job must be.
She was back home in Edmonton for a short time and contacted me to do some professional head shots. Soon she'll be off to Thailand and Indonesia doing what she loves!
I don't blame you if you are having feelings of jealousy, I certainly am;-)
When Sandra asked me to do her headshots for her new and upcoming website, I wasn't sure if it was something I wanted to get into. When you think of business headshots, you think of a studio setup, with fake studio lighting and fake backgrounds...I love to shoot outside with natural light, so I just didn't know if this would lend itself well to my style. Luckily, Sandra wanted something with a fresh approach, so after some planning and choosing some locations downtown, we came together and captured a bunch of images (the ones below is what we narrowed it down to). I was really pleased with the result and would not hesitate to do this again!
Sandra Johnston works in the world of research, as a qualitative research consultant and moderator. I've had the pleasure to work with Sandra on a diverse range of clients through Calder Bateman Communications. If you are starting a new business and are interested in testing your product, service or idea before you invest your time and money, she is a fabulous person to work with and has a gift for research, truly.