Pamela Carstens

I was born in Johannesburg South Africa, and spent some years as a child in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia), where the wild animals roam in the Kafue National Park. The streams bubbled through the land with water lilies in abundance.
My parents moved to Southern Rhodesia, (now Zimbabwe) where we lived in the country and galloped our horses through the tobacco fields and swam with them in the rivers.
We eventually landed back in South Africa and made plans to immigrate to the United States of America. We settled in Seabrook in 1999 and have lived here ever since.
I was a portrait photographer for 11 years and have now branched out into various other fields.
I am intrigued by abstract art.