Parker Day is a Los Angeles-based photographer known for his deep saturation portraits shot on 35mm film. She grew up in San Jose and was influenced by her father's time at the comic book store. Day uses makeup and outfits from her own wardrobe to take portraits reminiscent of a photo booth. Her work explores the performance of her identity and builds personality through outfits. His series of 100 ICONS portraits were exhibited at the Superchief Gallery in Los Angeles in 2017. An accompanying ICONS book was published by no denomination in the same year. The series focuses on those considered to be contemporary social icons, including Molly Soda, Penelope Gazin, Scotty Sussman, and more. Day released a 2017 series of lust, innocence and flesh-themed films called "Possessions" to commemorate the third anniversary of the outrageous feminist fashion film Polyester.
Photographer who won critical acclaim with her 100-photo portrait series ICONS, which explored issues of identity in colorful fashion. Her work has been exhibited in venues like London's The Square Gallery and been featured on the cover of magazines like Polyester.
She grew up in the Bay Area of California and earned her B.F.A. from the Academy of Art University in 2005.
She gave a behind-the-scenes look into her artistic process for the popular YouTube channel Fullscreen in August 2017.
Her father owned the comic book store Bob Sidebottom's Comic Collector Shop.
She has photographed entertainers like rapper Hodgy.
- California Photographers
Latest information about Parker Day updated on June 18 2021.