Pam Stukenborg owns Stukenborg Photography in Tulsa, OK where she specializes in headshot photography. Her emphasis is to give her clients the best experience they can have, while doing something they may feel the least comfortable with–having their picture taken.
Pam is proud to be a “Bedford Camera & Video Community Influencer”. She is an active Headshot Crew Member of Peter Hurley’s “Headshot Crew” based in NYC and is an Event Coordinator for the Photographers of Tulsa Group (PHOTOGS). This year will be Pam’s sixth year helping lead the Tulsa area’s Annual Help Portrait Event started by Photographer, Jeremy Cowart. Pam holds membership with the Indian Nation Professional Photographers Association (INPPA).
Always looking to give into the lives of others, Pam volunteers weekly at John 3:16 Mission Women’s Program in Tulsa Inspiring audiences is something Pam loves and she has addressed crowds at the local camera clubs as well as Bedford Camera’s PhotoCon Conference in Oklahoma City, the Bedford PhotoExpo held in Memphis for the first time in 2018, the Mid America Photography Symposium (MAPSym) in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and the American Marketing Association of Tulsa. Whether you are a headshot client or a fellow photographer, Pam will inspire you to capture great photos of people and teach you how to have fun doing it!
Course Title: Self Help for Photographers
Does the title of this talk make you cringe or peek your interest? Me too! Come hear why and much more!
You will enjoy Pam’s unique flair, insight and often entertaining talk as she scratches at questions like; what can get in the way of personal growth as a photographer? How can we be a better version of ourselves that will impact our clients and our community in a more memorable way?
Pam shares her experiences and top resources (one being ) to gain insight and growth. She will discuss how recharging our minds on a continual basis not only helps us stay on the cutting edge, but we can be a great resource for others in our amazing photography community.
Using a tool like Sally Hogshead’s test to discover how others perceive you when you are at your best is just one of the ways we can lean into our better selves. Thank you to those who took the test and participated in my research about we photographers!