A wicked shoot Part 1/6

Hello world, Thanks for stopping by! Today I want to share the fruit of a 6 week project that was just completed and displayed last Friday May 30 for one night only. I was commissioned  by the Wicked Weed Brewing to design a photo art installation for the Funk Asheville Sour Brew Party that would […]

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two sides to a mirror

Hello world, Today I am bringing you two images. Same model, same lights, same camera, same film, same lens with a different feel. The idea I had was to depict my model (Amy, thank you!) with two distinct feelings. One she is herself and one she is 180 degrees the other way.  (you can decide […]

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  • Craig Strong - August 19, 2014 - 7:27 pm

    I love this set of images.

    The top one as a 30×40 is magical. So glad I got to see it in person last week.

    Keep it up.ReplyCancel

be ready, open your eyes and shift gears

hello world, Today I bring you a few shots from a maternity shoot I did about 3 years ago in Tampa Bay. To get a perfectly calm bay in the late afternoon was my lucky break. I had envisioned this perfectly calm body of water with my mom-to-be standing waist deep, profile as a silhouette. […]

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  • Kevin Lubera - April 22, 2014 - 11:50 am

    Love it, Parker!ReplyCancel

Beauty all around

Hello world, Murphy’s law go go sit down on this one. As, this is it’s exact opposite. This is beauty all around. Beauty of our subject, Erika. Beauty of our dress, Brooke. Beauty of the late afternoon light, the sun. Beauty of the film, tmax100 4×5, 400Tri-x 6×7 Beauty of the lens, (top-secret) Beauty of […]

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  • Richard Israel - April 16, 2014 - 12:26 pm

    Seriously beautiful on all levels!!!
    Your friend DickReplyCancel

  • Mark - April 17, 2014 - 8:24 am

    Great shotsReplyCancel

Project: Boys & Girls Club

Hello world, Today I am sharing portraits straight from my heart mixed with a little geekspeak and storytelling. The Boys and girls club of Asheville came to me looking for ideas for an upcoming fundraiser. They had a beautiful location at The Homewood but the walls would be barren of personality needed to reflect the importance of […]

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  • Kristi hedberg - April 16, 2014 - 1:53 pm

    Parker these are beyond breathtaking. Seriously. You are beyond genius in your talents both technical and artistic.ReplyCancel

  • Julio Cedillo - March 21, 2015 - 8:35 am

    EXQUISITE…BEAUTIFUL…MASTERFUL IMAGES! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel