A photographer, filmmaker and writer, Pamela I Theodotou holds her Masters of Fine Art from CCAD, her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Denison University, and a Law Degree from Case Western Reserve University. Her photography and films have been exhibited globally in the last 20 years and in 2019 she premiered a film at Explorer’s Club Polar Film Festival in New York and New Zealand. Her artistic writing has been recognized in national competition. Her infrared photography was exhibited at Scope Miami and on the billboards of Time Square, NYC through See.Me in 2014 and 2019. Her feature film “Byrd 1933” premiered at the Wexner Center for the Arts in 2015 as a co-production with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center and Archive. In 2017 she authored a chapter in the US State Department’s special publication “Our Arctic Nation,” celebrating the US Chairmanship to the Arctic Counsel. Later that year she authored an editorial in the Huffington Post, “The Climate Denier Cabinet Hearings and the Grass Roots Rise of Environmental Dissent.” Pam’s work for the BPCRC focuses on film work that conveys the scientific and archival work done at the center and includes, short films, documentaries, expeditionary feature films and educational videos. As well as being on staff at OSU she is also a member of the Adjunct Faculty at the Columbus College of Art and Design where she has taught Visual Literacy since 2018.