Pamela EA(born 1997, Mexico City, Mexico) is a self-taught documentary photographer. She primarily focuses on the youth climate movement, gender equality and climate justice.
Her passion for creatively bringing new things into existence brought her to pursue a BFA in Product Design at Parsons School of Design, where she began to make illustrations to raise awareness on the climate emergency as well as the ocean plastic pollution crisis.
After graduating from her Masters in Photojournalism with a focus on Mixed Media from London College of Communication, she aspires to make a difference by bringing awareness to global issues, focusing specifically on the cultures that are being threatened by the climate crisis.
COP26, United Nations Climate Conference. (November, 2021)
British Journal of Photography: Edition 365. (November, 2021)
LH Horton Jr Art Gallery: Through the Lens of Social Justice. Curated by Makeda Best, Curator of Photography at Harvard Art Museums. (November, 2021)
Photofusion: SALON/21. Curated by Emma Bowkett and Zelda Cheatle. (May, 2021)
Getty Images Inclusion Scholarship, 2020
United Nations Youth Climate Leader, UN Youth Climate Summit. 2019
United Airlines Her Art Here: Second Place Finalist
World Photography Organization: Honorable Mention
Adobe Project 1324: World Can't Wait. 2018
Photographer's Forum Best of: 2019-2015
International Photography Awards, Somerset House. 2015
- Vice World News, Let These Stunning Photos of Young Climate Activists in Lockdown Inspire You, 2021
- Atmos, The Year of Virtual Activism, 2021
- Gatopardo, La Resistencia de una Generación ante la Crisis Ambiental, 2021
- Vice, Celebrating the Weirdest Earth Day Ever, 2020
- El Espectador, ¿Qué dicen los jóvenes que interceptaron a Duque en la COP26 de Glasgow?, 2021
- Vogue, What Indigenous Land Defenders at COP26 Want, 2021
- Newsbreak, Celebrating the Weirdest Earth Day Ever, 2020
- Global Citizen, 7 Youth Climate Activists Share Their Hopes for the Future, 2020
- Interview Magazine, Environmental Activist Xiye Bastida says, "OK Doomers", 2019