Pamela Tait grew up in rural Aberdeen-shire and studied Drawing and Painting at Grays School of Art, graduating in 1996. She presently lives and works on the Black Isle with her husband, the artist Erlend Tait.

Past work from Pamela focused on the portrait with flourishes of the fantastic. Over the last few years, strange creatures have been appearing more and more in her work; the point of inspiration for this concoction of the familiar and the bizarre primarily coming from trees in her local landscape.

In early 2016 she received funding through the Highland Visual Arts and Crafts Award Scheme and the Bet Low Trust to learn and incorporate Printmaking into her practice.
Pamela is represented by FB69 Gallery in Germany and has exhibited her work internationally.