Pam Nasr (b.1991) is a Director from Lebanon. Since graduating from London College of Fashion in 2014, with a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Styling and Photography, she moved back to the Middle East to reconnect with her roots and embark on her career as a Stylist and Creative Director. After making a name for herself as a progressive Beirut-based Stylist and Creative Director, she was able to fulfill her aspiration of inspiring change by teaching a course of Styling at the Lebanese American University. This transformative experience allowed Pam to first-handedly participate in the shift of how culture through fashion is perceived in the Middle East. While working on sets, her practice has organically shifted to documenting passerbys, whilst observing the cultural contradictions found in her hometown; leading to the exploration of film-making as one of her creative channels. Her intention is to expand on these themes with her filmwork. Exploring and dissecting the complexity of family, the intimacy of relationships within households, and how they affect the behavior of generations to come. She is completing her Masters in Directing at SVA where her debut short, Mukbang, will be screened later this year.
Pam Nasr (b.1991) is a Lebanese Film Director.