Registered Architect, State of Texas, #27431

NCARB #92621

With a passion for sustainability and historic preservation, Pamela embodies the culture of The Arkitex Studio bringing with her the unique background of growing up in South Africa as well as excavating and documenting Mayan Ruins in Belize at the Blue Creek archaeological dig site.

Pamela earned her Bachelor of Environmental Design, Magna Cum Laude and Master of Architecture from Texas A&M University in 2007 and 2009, respectively, as well as certificates in historic preservation and sustainable urbanism. Pamela, who is exceptionally committed to the profession, has served the local professional society, AIA Brazos, in numerous ways over the last decade. She has served on the executive committee, led efforts to start a study materials library for emerging professionals, and served as President of AIA Brazos in 2021. She is also active in the Texas Society of Architects, serving terms on both the Historic Resources Committee and the Publications Committee.

Pamela joined The Arkitex Studio in 2010 after working for the Center for Heritage Conservation at Texas A&M University where she participated in the documentation of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Bryan, Texas; a project that received Honorable Mention in the 2010 Peterson Prize Awards. Pamela’s work for The Arkitex Studio includes historic preservation, renovation work, and ground-up new construction projects. In her free-time, Pamela enjoys traveling the world, writing, reading, gardening, and baking.