An accomplished art director and designer specializing in editorial, content development, branding and
positioning with proven success in traditional as well as new markets. Pamela is constantly striving for growth
both professionally and personally. She is a decisive leader who works well with others bringing enthusiasm
and integrity to each project.

Pamela Berry graduated from the Art Center College of Design where she studied fine art, photography
and illustration. Her editorial career began after taking an independent study course in magazine design with
instructor and renowned art director, Rip Georges. She became his associate at L.A. Style magazine and
continued working with him at Regardie's in Washington D.C. and then at Esquire in New York before
becoming Art Director for Savvy Woman and later for Us - The Entertainment Magazine at Wenner Media.
From 1995 - 2002, Pamela was the Creative Director of Travel + Leisure where she oversaw all the work
of the magazine including re-inventing the marketing material, redesigning the logo, and the creation and
launch of Travel + Leisure Family. In September of 2002 she moved to Italy where she has been working
freelance creating books, catalogs, presentations, identities, promotional material, wine labels and websites,
as well as magazines. In 2004 she designed the magazine The World of Fine Wine for the Quarto Group in
London. In 2007 she spent a brief period in Rome working with Theo Nelki and Martina Cozzi on the covers of
L'espresso magazine and later joined Studio Berg to help finish the re-design which came out in September
of that same year. In 2008 she designed a prototype for a new independent magazine on global culture, life-
style, and travel called Denizen.

Pamela has won numerous awards from the Society of Publication Designers, The Art Directors Club of
New York, The Art Directors Club of Toronto and The Society of Illustrators. Her work at Travel + Leisure was
nominated twice by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) and in 2000 won the Henry Luce Award
of Excellence. Her work is featured in a book called "Magazine Design that Works" published by Rockport
Publishing and can be seen in many annuals such as The Society of Publication Designers, Print, American
Illustration, American Photography, and Communication Arts.

She has participated as part of a jury for The Society of Publication Designers, American Illustration,
American Photography, Society of Illustrators and has served as one of the creatives to review portfolios for SPD.

Pamela teaches Graphic Design and Typography at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy
working with exchange students from Boston University, Corcoran College of Art and Design and KEI
(Knowledge Exchange Institute).


Client list:
D Donne della Repubblica
Moltophoto Creative Network
MACRO Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma
Venice Light Love and Share Love SRL
NEI Foundation
Jim Franco, photographer
Policreti Azienda Agricola SRL
Denizen Magazine
Studio Berg
Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso
Carolina Raquel Antich, artist
Justine Bradley, artist
La Caprara Varini Architetti
The Quarto Group, London
American Express Publishing
Hearst Publishing
Wenner Media
American Photography
HarperCollins
Knopf Random House
Regardie's, Washington D.C.
Graciela Cattarossi, photographer
Oskar Schlemmer Estate
Stanta Morassutti SRL
Feudi di San Giuliano
Debra Werblud, artist
Lilli Doriguzzi, artist
Edward Booth-Clibborn
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
L.A. Style Magazine