Fellow and International Examiner of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, Pamela has enjoyed a career as dancer, teacher, choreographer for over 50 years. Trained and danced professionally in the UK, Pamela emigrated to Canada in 1974 where she developed her own studio and taught in the dance program at the University of Western Ontario until 1989. This was followed by 7 years in Sydney, Australia as Head of the Dance Stream at McDonald College for the Performing Arts, and senior marker for the HSC in dance studies.
Pamela has written regularly for Dance for 30 years; her biography of Zelia Raye and the development of Modern Theatre Dance is published by the ISTD.
Pamela now divides her time between the UK and Canada, teaches in the dance department of the Don Wright Faculty of Music in London, Ontario, as well as travels the globe in her capacity of international examiner, tutor and lecturer with the ISTD.