is a world-class performer, puppeteer, and an award-winning filmmaker.
She has performed on the Jim Henson Company stage in Hollywood, at Coachella, at the National Puppet Slam and the National Puppetry Festival, and on comedy and variety shows alongside Patton Oswalt, Reggie Watts, Maria Bamford and many, many more.
A graduate of The Second City, Pam is a director and performer of comedy – especially the silent kind. Her influences include Buster Keaton, Steve Martin, Gilda Radner, Carol Burnett, Gene Kelly and a bazillion more.
Pam attended the National Puppetry Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut in 2016 and 2017.
In 2018 she received filmmaking commission from Heather Henson to make a short puppetry film – Bunny Love.
Pam is a recipient of a 2019 Jim Henson Foundation grant for her solo comedy show, Moving Pictures.
She has also worked as a puppeteer on TV projects with IFC, Amazon, NBC, ABC and other jumblings of letters.
Pam works as the coordinator for The Puppet Slam Network, which is run by Heather Henson and funds puppet slams all over North America.
In addition to performing puppetry and comedy, Pam plays several musical instruments, writes, illustrates, and has a small obsession with tiny things.
She lives in Los Angeles where she enjoys writing about herself in the third person.
Bunny Love became a silent film, inspired by classic comedies of the 1920's, and premiered at the Charlie Chaplin screening room at The Jim Henson Company in May of 2019.
Bunny Love won the "Best Film" award at the 2019 National Puppetry Festival and is available on Amazon Prime.
In 2019 I received a Jim Henson Foundation grant to develop my solo show, Moving Pictures.
Moving Pictures took on a few different forms, but it was mostly a story of a lady-gone-nuts over a broom. I used old music and vintage stylings to set the tone for the tale of a neglected 1950's housewife.
I performed Moving Pictures...