HEy! I’m Pam….

Thanks so much for checking out my work! I'm an award-winning portrait and boudoir based out of Las Vegas. I LOVE photography. More specifically, I love creating work that makes people pause.


I am mostly know for using light and shadow to create images that accentuate my subject’s best features. I drift from shooting in a candid and unposed style to working with precisely posed faces and bodies. Sometimes, it is in the final editing of an image that the art of a piece comes together. It’s always a pleasure when my clients see their signature edits for the first time!


I believe…

I truly believe that everyone should have the chance to get in front of the camera with someone that can help them feel comfortable. No need to be nervous! I help you let that nervousness wash away and let you focus on how great you look and how much you are going to love your images. Set your mind at ease because I know how to work with light and posing to get the best shots that will bring out your real strength and beauty.

Whether we are developing a concept to tell a story, planning a portrait, dudoir, fitness, or boudoir session, I love getting to know a bit about you and really connecting to make the most of our time together. I would love to chat with you and get the ball rolling on your shoot. Just click the “Contact Me” button at the top or give me a call at (702) 763-1784.


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I believe we are created to be creative and there is beauty in and all around us. It’s part of my job, as a photographer, to help you see that beauty as we create on both sides of the camera.
— Pam Fields

Currently, I am the managing editor of RISE Magazine, a fashion and art magazine. I have been published in several national and international magazines and am a featured photographer on Vogue Italia's website.


a few fun facts

  1. I usually have my toenails painted black.

  2. I’m always down to meet up for coffee or sushi!

  3. Road trips to go see bands in small venues is one of my favorite things to do. (You can see some of the bands I’ve shot by clicking here or on the image below.)