Parham started photography in 1996 with his father’s 35mm Soviet Union made film camera. He has photographed in over 20 countries across the world and has learnt photography from photographers such as Babak Tafreshi (National Geographic). As a former TV journalist, news anchor and stage model, he understands how it feels to be in front of the camera very well. These experiences helps him in communicating with models. As a pianist who is familiar with playing Setar, Tanboor, Harmonica and Electric Guitar, he capture musicians from their musical perspective. He also has over six years of experience in yoga, meditation and healing. That's why he is so passionate about Yoga photoshoots. Parham currently shoots for Britannia Mine Museum and freelance for other clients. To help the photographers community, together with his friend, they are running a photography podcast available on iTunes and Google play as "Histogram". He spends most of his time doing research on a new generation of photosensors with atomically thin materials at Quantum Matter Institute of the University of British Columbia for his PhD. His research may some day result in extremely small yet unbelievably powerfull cameras.