Pamela Klaffke is a newspaper and magazine journalist turned photographer and author.
Her dreamy, vintage-inspired photographs are shot exclusively with analogue cameras using expired and/or damaged film. She is also the founder and curator of the Secret Society of Analogue Art, an organization that encourages the creative fusion of analogue and digital communication and media by offering an ongoing series of participatory art projects.
She is the author of the non-fiction books Hello, Cutie! Adventures in Cute Culture and Spree: A Cultural History of Shopping, and the novels Snapped and Every Little Thing.
She lives in Calgary, Canada.