Pamela Kalechofsky (pseudonym Miss Pam)
MAKEUP: With a love of natural beauty, my goal is to utilize makeup to accentuate your features, not mask it behind pounds of emollients. Yes, we all want to be transformed by the power of a makeup application, but when you look in the mirror you still want to recognize yourself. I love smooth, healthy, glowing skin, and I apply foundation with a lighter touch so the skin can breathe and be seen. Eye makeup is my forte and I pride myself in providing a beautifully blended application, whether it be neutral colors or a smokey eye!
Miss Pam began her love affair with makeup as a child playing with her mother's 48 piece Revlon eye shadow box set, experimenting on herself and everyone else around her! As a teenager she worked in Essentials where she loitered in the makeup aisle her entire shift, recommending products to customers as if it was Sephora. She loved doing her friends makeup and hair and took every opportunity to do so (and still does)!
In 2002, Miss Pam secured a dream job - working as a makeup artist for MAC Cosmetics in the store in Roosevelt Field Mall. Having graduated from college with a BFA in Dance with studies of theatrical & stage makeup as part of her curriculum, she was thrilled to be able to work alongside & learn from such talented artists. Miss Pam received formal training from MAC and was an employee for several years. After that time, she began freelancing and has done so ever since.
Miss Pam has experience throughout the industry - from Bridal and Special Events, to Headshots and PhotoShoots, from Film and Television, to Runway and Theatrical Performances! She is also teaches private and group makeup lessons.
MODELING: Available for hire or TFP shoots, runway, or catalog. NO NUDITY.
ART WORK: Miss Pam usually paints with acrylic. She is inspired by movement and that can be seen within her art work. She has coined the phrase “Visual Movement” to describe her work, a vast array of color and design, with free flowing forms and interpretive illusions. Her color palette often coordinates with her hair color, the emotional palette she is currently connecting with. Utilizing a stippling technique, Miss Pam loves to build and blend to create textures and designs. Her art work encourages the viewer to be creative, as onlookers visualize objects and scenes within each piece of abstract motion.
She says, “I move paint around until it feels good. Then I stop.”
To purchase pieces or commission new works, please contact Miss Pam via the “Contact” page or visit https://www.redbubble.com/people/MissPamBubbles for prints, clothing, and more!
MUSIC EDITING / MIXING: Need your song cut for Dance Recital or Competition? Talent Show? Need several tracks mixed together? You have multiple options - you can let Miss Pam figure out all the edits or you can provide the specific times you would like your song cut to. Prices vary. Contact Miss Pam to discuss options.