Parisa is a Persian photographer currently living in Canberra, Australia. With a strong interest in anthropological and sociological studies, Parisa's photography is firmly guided toward a realist approach to her subject matter. Eschewing over complicated artistic compositions, Parisa's work is anchored by a straightforward aesthetic, which gives utmost respect and attention to the people that willingly stand in front of her lens.
Traveling regularly and widely with her family, Parisa's interest in photography lies firmly with the indigenous peoples of the different places that she visits. Parisa's work is often based in portraiture, with series' of works being made in The Kimberley's in North Western Western Australia, Papua New Guinea and India.