|Name Pamela Hanson||Role Photographer|
|Education University of Colorado Boulder|
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Pamela Hanson is an American photographer and filmmaker based in New York.
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Pamela Hanson was born in London and was raised in Geneva. She lived in Europe for twenty years and now lives in New York City.
Hanson is well known for her fashion and lifestyle photography. She works regularly for Vogue, Glamour, Worldwide, and Cargo. Her photographs have appeared in Marie Claire, 'Vogue', Glamour, Vanity Fair, InStyle, GQ, Allure, D Magazine, Elle, Nylon, and Jane.
Her advertising clients include: Tommy Hilfiger, Joseph, L'Oreal, Lancôme, Lancaster, Maybelline, Halston, Giorgio, Keds, Max Mara, Emporio Armani, Charlotte Ronson, Ann Taylor, Avon Products, Biotherm, Redbook, Coach, Pantene, Victoria's Secret, Joseph and Les Copains, Keds, Halston, Emporio Armani, among others.
Her photographs have been sold to raise money for charities and many organizations within the United States.
In June 2009, one of Hanson's ten nude photographs of Carla Bruni shot in 1994 was sold to an anonymous buyer for $19,600 at the spring auction at the Villa Grisebach Auktionen in Berlin.
In 2001, Hanson released Girls, a photography book in both color and black & white with pages of her personal and professional work.
In spring 2006, Hanson released Boys, which contains images of boys at all ages, as a companion to Girls.
In February 2017, Hanson released Private Room, a photography book with a series of photographs of eight different women photographed at the Lafayette House in New York City.
Commercials and film
Hanson has also directed numerous television commercials for clients including: Mercedes-Benz, Charlotte Ronson, L'Oreal,Lubriderm, Andre Shoes, Stride Rite Shoes, Chantell, Nivea and Nouveau.
In June 2003, she directed a series of television spots to raise funds for finding a Juvenile Diabetes cure.
Hanson's photographs were on display at the Aperture Gallery in Fall 2008, and they were sold at the Aperture Foundation’s Annual Benefit & Auction.
Hanson is represented by New York gallery Staley-Wise. Her photographs were part of their exhibition "Women Seeing Women".