Pamela Andrejev, award winning photographer, learned her craft from her father, Darrell Wyrick (1942-2017). He taught her at an early age to work with light and composition, taking long walks through Oklahoma, Michigan and NC teaching her to find beauty and the unexpected; way before there were digital cameras.
Photographer and Gallerist with parallel careers in business and arts adminstration, she has been an exhibiting artist since the 80's, prior to dedicating herself to photography, originally focused on mixed media artworks celebrating her Oklahoma Cherokee Heritage. Since moving to NC in 1993, she has been photographing the southern environs and taking prizes with her photography.
Special moments and special places interest her in her photographs. Her subjects range from architectural detail, intimate discoveries, to the thirll of nature. More and more her photographs are finding homes in private collections.
Andrejev has exhibited her artwork at the American Indian Company and Visual Arts Exchange, Raleigh; Edna Boykin Gallery;Wilson, NC, Mims Gallery, Rocky Mount, NC; The Upfront Gallery in Franklinton, NC; and the Blount-Bridgers House, Tarboro, NC.