Pamela Glintenkamp is an award-winning documentary media producer / director / editor. As a consultant, she is a Project Manager and a specialist in developing and supervising oral history projects. The subjects her projects have explored include fine art conservation, the architecture of Frank Gehry and Frank Lloyd Wright, wildlife conservation, Vermeer, and the creative filmmaking process of Stanley Kubrick. Her work has been presented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Gallery of Art and, of course, on the Internet.
Pamela’s background includes academic training in art and design history, practical experience in museum education, and 8 years of experience in the film and television industry in Hollywood. For over a decade she has acted as project manager/director/editor in the creation of linear and interactive media for cultural and educational organizations. Her clients include: the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts, the National Gallery of Art, the
Lucasfilm Archive, the Terra Foundation for American Art, Anish Kapoor's ArcelorMittal Orbit in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the Stanley Kubrick Archive / University of the Arts, London, and the J. Paul Getty Museum. She has also produced videos on behalf of Save Elephant Foundation and The Institute of Zoology.
Explore the links at the top of the page to view work samples and project descriptions.