Photography is my passion. A chosen medium that allows me to capture the emotion of a moment,
expressing  the essence of my spiritual southern vision. I have made an effort to adhere to the classic
form of film photography, even though other technology exists. I find it to be the purest form of image
capture, relying on my eyes and personal technique. My work has been described by others as haunting,
 somber, and exuding a deep, soulful spirituality. That rests well with me, to see as I see.   

As an avid proponent of historic preservation, I frequently photograph old buildings since they're
monuments to our past, and the loss of them erases history, destroying a record that is tangible to both
the present and future. In fact, my husband and I are restoring a circa 1815 Federal style house in
Franklin, Kentucky.

My work has appeared in numerous publications throughout Tennessee and displayed in the Gallery of
the Tennessee Artist, Bookstar, Sumner County Regional Medical Center, Hendersonville Arts Council,
Bongo Java, Merchants Restaurant, McMinn County Living Heritage Museum, Hunter Museum of
American Art
, Tennessee Association of Craft Artists Best of Tennessee Exhibition and the McClung
Museum at UT-Knoxville
.  I have also done photographic documentation of historic architecture for
Tennessee Preservation Trust, Republic(an architectural restoration company), the Maury County
Land Trust and other private individuals.  

If interested in contacting me,  you can e-mail me at:
pamela LaRue Photograpy
Oak alley at Evergreen Plantation, River
Road near New Orleans