Pam Camille is a contemporary jeweller who has always been strongly influenced by her surroundings.
She is often experimenting with new surfaces and patterns drawn from her environment, especially the ocean and her English heritage.
Experimenting with a wide range of both organic and inorganic materials including bone, shell, lace, wood and fabrics, as well as a variety of alloys and metals.
She moved to Australia after studying jewellery and silversmithing in the United Kingdom, at universities in Loughborough and Birmingham.
More recently, Pam completed an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology at the Box Hill Institute of Technology and a Fine Art Degree in Small Object Based Practice at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
Her most recent practice has been heavily influenced by her latest research into decorative techniques such as Mokume Gane and coloured metal alloys.