As a biologist and photographer, Pamela Cohen incorporates knowledge of nature and blends it with competency in photography to create stunning images in the wild. She has studied in the field under the guidance of National Geographic photographers, including Frans Lanting and Galen Rowell, recognized as two of the finest landscape and nature photographers of the recent era. Currently, Pamela is a lecturer, teacher, and writer. Her naturalist instincts create a strong desire for conservation and preservation of the environment. Pamela’s passion for travel has also transported her to Italy to photograph extensively throughout the country. It is from these portfolios that her images also grace fine restaurants in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Her work has also been displayed in the prestigious Butler Institute of American Art.
Exhibitions & Awards
2014-present Martin Gallery, Charleston, SC
2019 First Place in Photography, Charleston Artist Guild Member's Exhibition
2019 “Submersion: Venice”
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
2018 “Wings of Love”
Fellows Riverside Garden, Youngstown, OH
2005 "Coastal Views of Southern Italy, Sicily, and the Aeolian Islands"
2012 Various pieces ....French Quarter Art Walk Display
Carolina One, Charleston, SC
2012 Nature & Wildlife Art Exhibition
St. Augustine Art Association, St. Augustine, FL
2009 "Visions of Life”
Awarded International competition for the image
”Tree Frog on Wild Iris.”
Publications & Memberships
Contributing photographer and writer to Naturally Kiawah
Trustee to the Kiawah Island Natural Habitat Conservancy
Member of Audubon, North American Nature Photography Association
Member of Carolina’s Nature Photography Association
Member of Charleston Artists’ Guild
In private collections across the United States and Japan.