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About Pamela

Currently I have changed things up. I am looking to work from home as a virtual assistant to any filmmaker who might need some help. I have mad administrative skills, knowledge in the film industry and some knowledge in the music world. If you want to focus on your talents and cannot take the time to "do it all", I can help you out.

Unique traits: Laugh a lot and on production I tend to overwork.

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  • Joan in Owl Land

    Joan in Owl Land (2016)
    Film (Short and Fantasy) Producer An imaginative girl sets to bring back her father, with help of the Owl Thing.

  • Departed Harvest

    Departed Harvest (2015)
    Film by JoDa Hodge (Crime and Drama) Producer, Production manager

  • A Tale of Kids and Kale

    A Tale of Kids and Kale (2015)
    Film by Pamela Preston (Documentary) Producer, Director

  • Departed Harvest: Episode 1

    Departed Harvest: Episode 1 (2015)
    Film (short) by JoDa Hodge (Crime and Drama) Production manager Driven to a crumbling commune, a guitarist and Vermont teacher must defend their paradise from secret powerful forces...and a Bible theme park.

  • Fire Ripples

    Fire Ripples (2014)
    Film (short) by Mark Roeder (Action, Adventure and Fantasy) Producer An escaped mental patient is chased into a raging forest fire. He sees a female fire fighter, and drags her into an opening in the fire. He may be insane, but he seems to think he can tame wildfire.

  • Bucky and the Squirrels

    Bucky and the Squirrels (2014)
    Film by Allan Katz (Comedy) Production manager Back in 1968, a one-hit wonder rock band from Appleton, Wisconsin vanished in a plane crash somewhere in the Swiss Alps. Now, 50 years later, the aircraft has just been discovered with the Squirrels still inside - frozen alive. After they're returned home, thawed, and are struggling to return to their former selves, the IRS arrests them for owing a half century of back taxes. To stay out of prison, the Squirrels have to prove they can pay the money back by convincing the government they're capable of performing once again. Unfortunately, they're not. Written by Allan Katz

  • Voodoo

    Voodoo (2013)
    Film (short) by Vanessa Elizabeth Harris (Drama and Mystery) Producer A voodoo witch takes revenge on her enemies......

  • The Music Revolution

    The Music Revolution (2013)
    TV Movie by Pamela Preston (Documentary, Music and News) Producer, Director, Editor

  • Poppermost: Kristen

    Poppermost: Kristen (2012)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Music) Producer, Director, Editor

  • Poppermost: Love Sweet Love

    Poppermost: Love Sweet Love (2012)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Music) Producer, Director, Editor

  • Thom Sebastian: Angel

    Thom Sebastian: Angel (2012)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Music) Producer, Director, Editor

  • Thom Sebastian: With Your Ghost

    Thom Sebastian: With Your Ghost (2012)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Music) Producer, Director, Editor

  • A Ninth Life

    A Ninth Life (2011)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Drama, Family and Mystery) Producer, Director, Writer Jim, a newspaper reporter, feels he has a tight rein on life until he meets Paige, a young girl caught up in an unusual chain of events. Intrigued with her story, he continues to follow her through a series of occurrences spanning two decades. Through their uniquely developing relationship, Jim is brought to some puzzling realizations that send his tidy belief system into a proverbial tailspin. Written by Cyd Dispenza

  • Seeds on the Street

    Seeds on the Street (2011)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Music) Producer, Director, Editor

  • Phenomenal Sensation

    Phenomenal Sensation (2011)
    Film (short) by Pamela Preston (Music) Producer, Director, Editor

  • Dry Run

    Dry Run (2010)
    Film by Aram Boyrazian (Crime and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Before it all came to a head, James's life was as simple as it could be for him: at home, he was a husband and father with a job as an auto mechanic; elsewhere, he was a courier for a shady club owner and gunhand to an organized criminal enterprise. After four years of running from his past, he connects with Nye--an old friend from his time in prison and the only person that he believes he can trust--and the two set out on the road, where they reminisce about the course of events that led him to this day. Written by Prod./ADM

  • Frozen River

    Frozen River (2008)
    Film by Courtney Hunt (Crime and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Takes place in the days before Christmas near a little-known border crossing on the Mohawk reservation between New York State and Quebec. Here, the lure of fast money from smuggling presents a daily challenge to single moms who would otherwise be earning minimum wage. Two women - one white, one Mohawk, both single mothers faced with desperate circumstances - are drawn into the world of border smuggling across the frozen water of the St. Lawrence River. Ray and Lila - and a New York State Trooper as opponent in an evolving cat-and-mouse game. Written by anonymous

  • Jazz in the Diamond District

    Jazz in the Diamond District (2008)
    Film by Lindsey Christian (Drama) Production manager When Jasmine "Jazz" Morgan loses her mother to a long-time battle with lung cancer, she can only focus on one thing - becoming a famous singer. Ignoring the wishes of her father, Blair Morgan a strict doctor who prefers that she return to college, Jazz spends the summer entrenched in the hyper-sexualized, drug-influenced DC music scene, dragging along her younger, more naive, sister Leah). One night, after an impromptu audition, Jazz is invited to join a popular go-go band managed by a charismatic barber, Gabe and supported with drug money provided by the lead MC, Flight. With ease, she falls in line with the band and in love with the stage and together they all reach new heights of popularity. But just as quickly as her success rises, so does the pressure and Jazz recklessly tries to maintain control. Written by anonymous

  • Scaring the Fish

    Scaring the Fish (2008)
    Film (Drama) Art department A trifecta on the subject of love. Set primarily on the bank of a secluded mountain lake, the story begins when two office workers from the city are the first to arrive on a company fishing trip. But when only one other person shows up, suspicions and accusations lead to confrontation and turmoil. Revealing the opportunities lost and taken in the lives of three young men. Written by Anonymous

  • Legs

    Legs (2007)
    Film (short) by Richard Redlin (Comedy) Art department

  • The Voice

    The Voice (2006)
    Television (Talk-Show) Miscellaneous Crew The Voice highlights social issues important to the 55+ audience. An engaging interview-based talk show, The Voice is considered the sounding ground for entertainment and information for the 55+ community. Spend an hour with our hosts as we tackle the hard issues and engage in provocative dialogue. Written by RLTV [us]

  • Franky's Heaven

    Franky's Heaven (2004)
    Film by Michelle Farrell (Drama) Producer, Production manager, Art department

  • One Thousand Senses

    One Thousand Senses (2003)
    Film (short) by Robert Henry (Drama) Producer

  • The Box

    The Box (2003)
    Film by Richard Pepin (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew When Frank comes out of prison, and meets Marie, it's a start of a new life, until she accidentally kills her abusive night club owner-ex. Frank helps burying him, when they discover a box, which turns their life upside down.

  • Riddles of the Dead

    Riddles of the Dead (2003)
    Television (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Invisible People

    Invisible People (2002)
    TV Movie by Paulette Moore (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Dracula Unearthed

    Dracula Unearthed (2002)
    TV Movie (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew Part of the "Riddles of the Dead" series on National Geographic Television, "Dracula Unearthed" is a documentary about the historical Dracula and myths of the vampire in literature and film. Dr. Mark Benecke explains the forensic reasons the vampire legends may have developed. Written by Anonymous

Awards

  • Akademia Music Award - Best Music Video Pop/Rock
    (2016)

  • Telly Award
    (2008)

Education

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