Parker J Pfister is a destination fine art wedding and portrait photographer based out of Asheville, NC
find yourself • emailing me!
have a question like...
OMG, Will you please point your camera at me? ..."we'll see!"
how many months in advance do I need to book you? ..."many"
what is an f stop? ..."g"
what is the best way to cook a ribeye? ..."thick cut, on it's side"
well what are you waiting for?
email me now!!
or ring me at 828.545.7795
need to send me some snail mail?
PO Box 6277 Asheville, NC 28816
want a hug? Stop by our studio!
43 Rankin Ave Asheville, NC 28801
find yourself • introduced
Parker J is a husband to Missy, a dad to Scout, a master to Austin & Marley (golden retrievers),
a friend to many, a resident of Asheville, NC, a traveler of the world and an addict to photography,
fly fishing, travel and friends.
Parker J’s images are known the world over.
His creative eye, style, and personality have made him one of the most highly regarded wedding photographers in the world. As a matter of fact he was just listed as one of the top 10 wedding photographers in the world by American Photo magazine. Parker J has been awarded many times over, both nationally and internationally, and his images and interviews have graced the pages of In Style, People, OK magazine,Modern Bride, Martha Stewart,Today’s Bride, Rangefinder, Studio Photography and Design, Photo District News, Weddings Unveiled and many other magazines and photographic books. His images have also appeared on Entertainment Tonight and The Food Network.
His personal works have also landed in art collections around the globe.
But don’t think for a second that all of this attention has gone to his head. He is a humble artist that is always finding a new way to see and is on a constant search for the perfect image.
Parker J is a photographer because he has to be.
He photographs for his soul.
And just incase you were wondering he enjoys:
laughing hard, swinging hammocks, clouds wandering through a mountain range,
music that lets you feel, a good sense of humor, country roads with grass between the tracks,
the click of a shutter, the way a fly line pulls off of the water sending tiny droplets of water to
shine in the sun, the constant flow of people in a large city scene, Scottish hospitality, a great cheeseburger, a fine wine, watching others, a smooth flight and eggs.
clowns, spiders, large cats, bees, scales, Scottish food and normality.
Play Date #43
Today I am just going to keep my yapper shut and share my view of the shoot. My friend Richard has already put it so perfectly in words and imagery. Read it and see it!