Jack Pam:
Is a West Australian photographer, filmmaker, designer and curator. His work with image and sound has been published, collected and exhibited extensively nationally and overseas. He is the Co- Founder and Art Director of Staple Magazine, a West Australian skate and photography magazine. He is also the Creative Director of mapfilms: a collective of experimental video producers. Jack’s film work has been viewed in film festivals world wide including the 48h Berlin Film Festival where his film “The Rabbit” took out Best Film and Best Cinematography. He is currently working on multiple photography and film projects for web, TV and public exhibition. “Photography Hijacked” is Pams first feature documentary film which screened on ABC tv in 2010 and is distributed on dvd worldwide.

Publications:
Eleventhirty (map publishing) 2010
How to make trouble and inflence people (breakdown press) 2009
Staple magazine issue 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 (map publishing) 2009
Hijacked Volume 1 (IDN, Big City Press) 2007
Love It Leave It, Australia’s Creative Diaspora (T&G, National Portrait Gallery) 2007
Love It Leave It CD, (fly by night productions, mapfilms) 2007
SBS World News Website July Freelance photojournalist work
Vibewire.net Freelance photojournalist work featured

Recent Exhibitions/Screenings:
The Bakery (Perth) In Motion group exhibition, 2010
ABC TV (Australia wide) Photography Hijacked, 2010
Popscical (Perth) artist slideshow, 2009
SNYK (Denmark) No More Oil, 2008
Perth Centre for Photography (Perth), IRIS awards, 2008
Australian Centre for Photography (Sydney) Hijacked Launch 2008
Chief Bodega (New York City) Hijacked Launch, 2008
Neonplus (Berlin) Hijacked Launch, 2008
Gertrude institute (Melbourne) Photographic projections, 2008
Kaunas Photo festival (Lithuania) Recent photographic work 2008
Fotofreo festival (Curator) The Potential of Space 2008
Film and Television Institute – mapfilms fundraising talk and film presentation, 2008
Kunsthaus Bethanien (Berlin, Germany) Safeguarding 2008
Cinequest film festival (San Jose, USA) The Rabbit, 2008
Babylon Theatre, 48h Film Festival (Berlin, Germany) The Rabbit, 2007.
The National Portrait Gallery (Canberra, AUS) Hyphenated Australians, 2007

Awards and Grants:
Buzz grant, FYA, 2009
Film and Television Institute, Screen Culture Grant, 2008
Screenwest, Travel Practitioner grant, 2008
Fremantle City Council, Community Arts Grant
Berlin 48H Film Festival, The Rabbit – Best Film, Best Cinematography