Pam Thomas

Pam Thomas

Director at Community Films

New York, United States

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Summary

Pam began her career at MTV, back when it was cool, in the late 1980s, writing and directing promos in the On-Air Promotions Department. In 1992, she left MTV as Supervising Producer to pursue a career directing commercials and music videos.
Pam has worked with dozens of brands and agencies to produce a huge body of work, including spots for Gatorade, Nike, Visa, AMEX, Payless, Lexus, Wal-Mart, and most recently, Pizza Hut, Hertz, and a campaign for Cotton featuring celebrities such as Zooey Deschanel, Kate Bosworth, and Emmy Rossum. In a fickle and volatile industry, Pam has proudly retained many of these corporate and agency clients for many many years – something she is very proud to be able to say.
Pam is a photographer as well as a director, with an amazing eye for capturing luscious visual elements. Her style of work portrays an essence of glamour, fashion and creativity. This, along with her sense of humour and knack for getting great performances, is evident in her TV work on Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives.
She, her husband Lloyd, son Jack, and daughter Sadie now reside in Los Angeles. 

People I worked with

Mark Hunter
ECD
SapientNitro
Michael Kadin
Creative Director
Deutsch
David Sing Liu
Other
Deutsch
Max Godsil
Creative Director
INNOCEAN Worldwide US
Jamie Levey
Art Director
Deutsch

Positions

Director

Community Films
Culver City, United States

Director

Moxie Pictures
New York, United States

Director

Intersection
Paris, France

Director

Moxie Pictures
Los Angeles, United States

Director

Capitaine Plouf
Paris, France

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