Pam Verwey first became passionate about photography on a trip around Australia in 1984 and, inspired by our unique and diverse scenery, she felt compelled to capture the essence of Australia on film.
In 1986 Pam moved to Tasmania, continuing her work as a medical scientist, but determined to combine her desire to study fine art with her interest in photography.
It was some years before this was possible, but 1999 saw her graduate from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
After graduating Pam established Lachlan Studios in Mt Nelson, and a little later, Mad About Photography was born.
The next step was to buy an historic building in Hobart which houses her studio and tourist accommodation.
Pam’s other interests of bushwalking, sea kayaking and rafting also gave her the wonderful opportunities to photograph Tasmania's superb wilderness. ¶