A photographer, filmmaker and writer, artist Pamela I Theodotou has focused part of her practice on different aspects of the polar regions of the world, their importance, environments, science and history. Inherent in this work are questions of climate change and how man relates to nature. Having traveled to the arctic regions to work with infrared fine art photography as well as utilizing the themes and environs of the extreme north and south for her works in fiction, her ongoing projects are developed utilizing all aspects of available media as an expression of the Ice and the people who are drawn to it. Pam holds her Master of Fine Arts 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 in Europe and the USA and her artistic writing has been recognized in national competition. Most recently in 2013 she was finalist for the GCAC media Fellowships and in 2014 her film work was accepted in the CMIAF Film Review and had coverage in the Huffington Post and cover feature in IMAGE Magazine. Her infrared photography was exhibited at Scope Miami and on the billboards of Time Square, NYC through See.Me in 2014.