"The past explains so much about our present: who we are, and how we got to where we are today. But in order to access this knowledge in a work of art, we need to slow down and focus on telling details, like a particular color or a material the artist used. By looking at art objects closely, we can start to see how the sculpture or painting is narrating its unique story. I see my role as a messenger, helping visitors hear (and see) what a work of art has to say—and it’s usually quite a bit! With our small groups at Paris Muse, that always sparks a dynamic conversation."
Pamela was born and raised in Paris. She studied art history at the École du Louvre and at the Sorbonne, where she majored in archaeology and earned her guide license. She also worked on several archaeological excavations in France and Uzbekistan. For a few years, she travelled the world, discovering sites from American deserts to Himalayan mountains. Once home in Paris, she decided on a career in guiding. It allows her to share her passion with visitors eager to know more about the city and its vast store of treasures.