Parish Kohanim has been intimately involved with professional photography for over 25 years. Parish, who is a renowned commercial photographer, is now devoting his efforts towards his first love, fine art photography. Parish’s passion for the subtle beauty of life is apparent in his photographs. He has focused on many exquisite subjects, and is able to bring them out of the frame and into the live imagination of the viewer. After working in San Francisco and New York, he decided to open his professional photography studio in Atlanta. He has been very successful in his commercial endeavors for many years in Atlanta. Advertising agencies, design firms, and Fortune 500 companies have been his primary clients, some of which include IBM, AT&T, Coca-Cola, DeBeers Diamonds, Hanes, Fossil, and Kimberly Clark. His work has repeatedly appeared on pages of such publications as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Forbes, Time and Newsweek.
The recipient of many awards, Parish is recognized for his photographs with international as well as local acclaim. His professional photography work has been featured in prestigious photography, advertising, and design publications. He has received numerous Gold Addys, a Clio, and most recently, the 2003 One Show Design Award.
“Finding the inherent, simplistic and magnificent beauty that resides in all things around and in us, therefore, daring to explore the unknown and capturing that beauty. Beauty simply represents the truth and the celestial power of purity& love. It elevates, awakens and transcends our spirits connecting us with our divine being, present but hidden, in all of us.”
May-Jun, 2017, MIXED: Group Exhibition, New York, NY
Canon’s Explorers of Light, top 55 photographers worldwide, since 1994
Communications Arts Award
One Show Award
Graphis International Photo, Advertising and Design Annuals
Communication Arts Photography, Advertising and Design Annuals
Print Design Annual
Applied Arts Annual
Jan/Feb 2005 Issue of Communications Arts
Graphis Nudes Volume 4
“Paradise on Earth”, Apple Inc.
“Light & Form”, Digital Photo Pro