As a writer, director and dramaturg, Pamela Carter has worked in Scotland and beyond for more than 15 years.

Between 1998 and 2004, she was a lecturer in cultural theory and performance at what was then the RSAMD (now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) on the Contemporary Theatre Practice course.

From 1998 to 2002, Carter was research associate with Suspect Culture, the theatre company led by director Graham Eatough, writer David Greig and composer Nick Powell.

In 2004, Carter founded her own performance company, EK, for whom she directed Habitats (2004), and devised and directed Soul Pilots (2004) and Plain Speaking (2005) for Tramway in Glasgow. She also co-wrote and directed Game Theory (2008), which was nominated for the Meyer-Whitworth award.

As a dramaturg, Carter has worked with Untitled Projects, the National Theatre of Scotland, Coney HQ and Malmo Opera House. With Vanishing Point she has worked on Interiors (2009), Saturday Night (2011) and Tomorrow (2014).

Carter's plays include What We Know for the Traverse (2010) and Teatro Circulo in New York (2013) and Wildlife for Magnetic North (2011).

Skane was first seen at Hampstead Theatre Downstairs (2011), and won the New Writing Commission at the Berliner Festspiele Stuckemarkt (2012), and received its German premiere as In Der Ebene at Theatre Ulm (2014).

Carter has also written Fast Ganz Nah/Almost Near for the Dresden Staatsschauspiel (2013) and the Finborough Theatre (2014).

With Untitled Projects, Carter has written Slope (2006), An Argument About Sex - After Marivaux's La Dispute (2009) and Paul Bright's Confessions Of A Justified Sinner (2013). The latter, a co-production with the National Theatre of Scotland, has also been seen in Ireland and Sweden.

Carter also works with Swedish conceptual art duo Goldin + Senneby on The Nordenskiold Model, an ongoing investigation into algorithmic trading and the nature of financial reality. Scenes have been staged in Bucharest, Vilnius, Rotterdam, Stockholm, New York, Aachen and Copenhagen.

Carter was the IASH/Traverse Theatre creative fellow at Edinburgh University in 2012.