Pamela Theodotou

Adjunct Faculty
Film & Video

United States

Pam Theodotou has been an adjunct faculty member since 2018 and teaches Visual Narrative and Storyboard in the Film and Video Department, having previously taught Visual Literacy I & II in CORE Studies. She is a graduate of CCAD’s MFA Program (Cinematic Arts, 2013), received a law degree from Case Western Reserve University (1989) and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Denison University (1986). Pam is also the Media Specialist for Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center and staff member at The Ohio University. A professional photographer and filmmaker for many years, she has exhibited her work in the US, Canada, Europe and New Zealand, both in galleries and film festivals. Her latest work “Byrd 1933,” premiered at the Wexner Center for the Arts in 2015. As a screenwriter her script “Byzance” was selected as a quarter-finalist in Francis Ford Coppola’s Zoetrope screenwriting competition. She has two books of photography, “China: The Open Door 1983” & “Hong Kong: Junk Empire” in print, and her Cinemagraphic Novel “Pandora” was published in 2019, with a fulling interactive electronic version to be released in 2021. Pam also works as an attorney for the firm Baker Hostetler in their litigation department and also advises clients on arts and entertainment issues. Her work can be seen on the website of her production company NYXFILM. Website: