Pam Morris, is an officially Accredited Professional Photographer and CEO of Spectral Modes. She brings to the team 30 years experience working in senior management in the corporate world, ensuring that our photographic assignments are executed to the highest possible quality, meet and exceed clients expectations and are delivered on schedule, cost effectively.
Bachelor of Science (1974) - Latrobe University
Diploma of Education (1975) - Latrobe University
Graduate Diploma in Computing (1988) - Monash University
Advanced Diploma in Photography (2017) - Photographic Studies College(PSC)
Borges Imaging for High Achievement in Photojournalism - 2017
Bryan Egan Memorial History Prize - Film documentary - 2017
AIPP VIC Silver Distinction -2017
AIPP VIC Silver Award (3) -2017
AIPP VIC Silver Award-2016
AIPP Silver Awards (two) 2016
AIPP Silver with Distinction 2016
AIPP - Photographic Student of the Year Finalist 2016
AIPP Silver Award 2013
Wilford Broadhead Memorial Trophy - Best Colour Digital Image 2016
Gordon Hankin Memorial Trophy - Best Print 2016
George Rosedale Memorial Trophy - Runner up - best Architectural Print 2016
Australian Computer Society - ITP Lifetime Achievement Award 2006
RACV - Royal Auto - 2016
Weekly Review - 2017
The Age Newspaper - 2017
Ballarat Backspace Gallery - "Four"- 2016 Exhibition
Spectral Modes Photography
RACV RoyalAuto - Art Director - Lisa Luscombe
The feature on Lake Elizabeth, published in the February 2017 edition of RA, required Pam to undertake a considerable amount of research and pre-planning, as not only did she have to liaise with business owners and source local talent, but timing and weather also had to be considered if she was to fulfill the deliver on her brief, which she did brilliantly.
I was very impressed with the photos Pam delivered and her approach to this brief. In addition to that she was a delight to work with and I would have no hesitation in commissioning her for additional shoots for RA in the future or recommending her for future work.
The Age - Picture Editor - Leigh Henningham
Pam Morris completed a 4 week photographic internship at the Age.During that period she worked alongside Age Photographers learning their techniques as well working solo on assignments. Pam learnt quickly and successfully completed assignments that were given to her. She was always professional and courteous while eager to learn. I have no hesitation in recommending her to work as a photographer for any organisation.
The Weekly Review - Picture Producer - Kylie Thomson
Pam has a great eye for design and is confident in her lighting abilities. Pam was able to work independently and alongside other members of the team with a positive attitude. She showed a keen interest in learning new techniques and was thorough in the way she completed a job from start to finish. Pam was a great addition to the company and would highly recommend her for employment.
The Weekly Review - Head Photographer - Michael Rayner
I found Pam to be a very accomplished and competent photographer as well as a very committed assistant when the two of us were out on assignment. She has an exceptional eye to detail and form and is willing to become involved in the photographic process, prepared to act on impulse rather than waiting to be told. I thoroughly recommend Pam and wish her all the success for her forthcoming professional
CEO Ardent Architects - Canterbury Victoria
Pam Morris from Spectral Modes has photographed a number of our key projects, including a domestic residential project that received 2 BDAV awards in 2016 based on her photographic images (https://www.bdav.org.au/2016-awards/19/res-alts-adds-up-to-200k). Pam's attention to detail and understanding of building form result in her photographs being both engaging and informative, giving potential clients a real understanding of our work. Pam's technical proficiency and thorough planning for shoots ensures that we get an outstanding result every time we work with her. Her professional manner and commitment to deadlines make working with her a pleasure and I'm sure we'll be working together on many future projects.
CEO Experient Management Consultants - Steven Melville
I have worked closely with Pam Morris for almost 18 years in her capacity first as CEO of an advanced global software metrics business, through to her second career as a leading Australian photographer. Pam’s keen intellect, insight and attention to detail shines through everything she does. She has an unparalleled ability to rapidly understand and assess a brief, and then identify and plan the correct strategy to produce precise results. Her blend of art and science produces unique visual results that stretch the limits of what’s possible. I have every confidence in Pam’s ability to meet any client requirement with professionalism, energy and imagination. She is truly the Heston Blumenthal of the visual world!
CEO International Software Benchmarking Standards Group - John Olgivie
I have worked with Pam Morris for almost 20 years, engaging her on many occasions as an IT Consultant for IBM Australia and more recently, as a professional photographer to produce photographic evidence to support an objection to a building permit application. In both capacities, I have found her to be highly professional and ethical. She has always delivered what was required, on time, at the price quoted and to a high quality. As a photographer, she was especially creative in suggesting the most appropriate views to support my requirements. I would thoroughly recommend her to any client requiring professional photographer services
Royal Auto Magazine - feature story "The Otways" - pp 23 -27 February 2017 -
BDAV News - Vol 22 Edition 7 July 2016 -
The Weekly Review - Schools Out - May 3rd - 9th 2017
The Age - Sports Section - AFL -April 9th 2017
- Sam Mitchell a bird of a different feather -http://www.theage.com.au/afl/afl-news/sam-mitchell-a-bird-of-a-different-feather-20170408-gvgoam.html
The Age Good Food Guide - Epicure : March - May 2017
Brothers Keeper - Just Open - 31st March 2017 - http://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/news/brothers-keeper-cafe-looks-set-to-become-a-kooyong-classic-20170327-gv7f0i
The best meatball recipes whatever your meatball mood - April 11 2017 - http://www.goodfood.com.au/recipes/the-best-meatball-recipes-whatever-your-meatball-mood-20170407-gvfuts
Oriental Teahouse - The Serve - April 16 2017 http://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/m15serve-20170324-gv5nek
- Pigro - The Serve - April 30th 2017 - http://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/m29serve-20170324-gv5nha
Abbotsford Cafe AU79 goes for Gold - April 14 2017 - http://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/news/abbotsford-cafe-au79-goes-for-gold-20161205-gt4kwk
Collingwood's Project forty Nine Deli-cafe expands with restaurant next door - http://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/just-open/collingwoods-project-forty-nine-delicafe-expands-with-restaurant-next-door-20170420-gvoi8w
Northcote newbie lives up to hype - Hot Seats - May 2nd 2017 -
Fairfax Domain Online
- Melbourne Skyline : Landmark buildings designed by Internationally renowned architects - April 20th 2017 - https://www.domain.com.au/news/melbourne-skyline-landmark-buildings-designed-by-internationally-renowned-architects-20170419-gv5xed/
The Age - Spectrum
- Lunch with - Ruby Wax May 5th 2017 - http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/lunch-with-ruby-wax-everyone-feels-crazy-20170501-gvw949.html
- Lunch with - Jimmy Barnes 2017 -http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/music/lunch-with-jimmy-barnes-20170525-gwcy2i.html