Pascale is a cinematographer, camera operator and 1st AC experienced in film, television and documentaries. She has been working as a professional filmmaker since 2006, most recently as the director of photography on the independent UK feature, The Bones on Greenwich Shore.
In 2014, she worked as the cinematographer on Coughing Up for Gold, a multimedia documentary project about South African miners dying of silicosis, which won the African Media Story Challenge.
Her camera operating credits for television include Strike Back (Out of Africa/Sky1), Quoi de neuf doc? (TV5Monde) and TalkSA (SABC2). She holds an MA in Cinematography (with distinction), from Goldsmiths, University of London, where she trained under Witold Stok, BSC.