Perfect Pam (Original)

One of my own colour negatives of Pam Arnold (Tiffany St.Clair) by Harrison Marks. A stunning shot of Pam on the Jungle set, of which most of the shots went on to appear in Kamera No.88 (1968), but this particular shot doesn’t, so not sure where it appeared. It’s an original medium format negative, so not even mass produced as a Pamar slide? Plenty of Pam and Leopard skin to be seen in this shot!


Note: This image is from an original negativeĀ and subject to this copyright notice.

Tiffany’s Kinky Boots (1968)

Just loving this shot of Tiffany St. Clair (Pam Arnold) from Fiesta Vol.2 No.2 (April 1968) in those shiny black high boots! What a view as she sits on the dressing table looking at you from the reflection in the mirror.

There’s No Flies on Pam Arnold (1968)

The above image is of Pam Arnold/Tiffany St.Clair on the cover of Fiesta Magazine Vol.2 No.1 (March 1968) and was sent through by Terry with another great little story. Rather than paraphrase it I’ll post it as sent by Terry as I’m sure he won’t mind and it will make the post title become clear. Anyway over to Terry …
‘Today I saw Pam Arnold on your website and it reminded me of the times I worked with her. One of the first shoots was in the studio and the attached Fiesta cover was one of the resulting pictures, but mostly we used her for filming. At that time Russell Gay had a good outlet in Denmark and we used to supply them with 16mm films depicting the so called “Joy” of nudism. Invariably it involved two girls and a guy prancing around on a beach, throwing large balls about. Any excuse! Pam did a couple of these, once working with Lena Ellis, but I can`t remember who the other girl was in the second film. We were shooting at Pegwell Bay when there was a rather odd incident I recall. Mid afternoon we were suddenly engulfed by a swarm of small black flies. Unfortunately they all insisted on landing on Pam’s pubic area and more or less ignored the rest of us. All very embarrassing for the poor girl, no matter how many she tried to brush off they just kept returning to her most sensitive spot. Finally she threw a major wobbly and we had to pack up and move a lot further along the beach. I think that was the last time we worked with her and I am pretty sure that was when she went to GHM.’
What a fab little story and one worth sharing and I’m sure should Pam ever read this she wouldn’t mind! A big thanks to Terry again for another wonderful little story and accompanying image – Thanks Terry! Also one of the best scans of a Early Fiesta cover I’ve seen, so Terry must have kept it in good nick!

Tiffany St.Clair (Pam Arnold) – Girl Illustrated

I came across this cover of Girl Illustrated Souvenir Edition No.1 over on eBay and knew I recognised the face! On investigating I’m pretty sure that Tiffany St.Clair is none other than GHM model Pam Arnold. So another model that posed under another name for Harrison Marks and I now have more shots of Pam/Tiffany, which can’t be a bad thing! I’m convinced it’s her not only because of the similar facial features and hair, but on other shots both of her as Tiffany and Pam she has a small scar/pock mark on her cheek, but you decide?.

Pouting Pam (1968)

Pam Arnold from Kamera No.88 (1968) in which she appears on both the cover and colour centre pages, along with various other shots throughout the magazine, but all from the same photo set! Her only appearance in Kamera and even re-prints and shots in other publications come from this set, so maybe she only did the one shoot?

The Purfect Pam Arnold!

Pam Arnold lying on a leopard skin rug from the pages of Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2. 

This is only the second image I’ve published of Pam as unfortunately that’s all I have and both from Nature’s Intention. She’s a stunner and wished I had a few more of her to publish, so if anyone has some good large images of her from Kamera or elsewhere, feel free to pass them in my direction šŸ™‚

Pam Arnold

Back to nature with Pam Arnold showing some bush on a leopard skin rug. Another model only appearing in one copy of Kamera in 1968 (Kamera No.88). This image appeared in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1, Harrison Marks – A Series of Natural Art Studies, published in 1969 by Roydock books Ltd.