Pam Golden

Pam Golden is a Photography MFA candidate at Arizona State University. She worked previously as an obstetrician/gynecologist in Tucson, Arizona, and for the U.S. Forest Service in the Selway-Bitterrot Wilderness of Idaho. Her photographs of people and landscape mark our shared passage.

Between Land and Sky: Miami-Globe

In December of my first semester as a photography MFA student at ASU, I drove into Globe, after dark, with a failed alternator. I was met, repeatedly, with unusual generosity. This led me to begin a series of portraits and landscapes in Miami-Globe, northeast of Phoenix. Miami and Globe were built on mineral wealth; silver, […]