29.12.09 by Jeff

Ahndraya Parlato

Photos by Ahndraya Parlato. New York.

ahndraya parlato girl portrait shoulder blades photographer photography

ahndraya parlato photographer sheets rope house to house photography

ahndraya parlato girl milk mouth photographer photography

ahndraya parlato night light photographer photography

ahndraya parlato hand rainbow photographer photography

ahndraya parlato photographer girl water photography

ahndraya parlato photographer hair thread bed sheets photography













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Wesley-Cooper Jones

    so raw

  • Hollie Cloud

    absolutely lovely. I love the rainbow in the hand and the foam thing across the street!

  • lapetitefaon

    Oh my god. These are beautiful! I love the first, the rainbow, the girl on the floor! Sigh I love them ALL!!!

  • you’re all over my google alerts today, lovely work, fellow parlato!!

  • she was my photography professor and have seen her work printed.
    she has some other amazing work that’s not here.

    love her work. all the best for Ahndraya Parlato

  • Samara

    The rainbow one is beautiful! Especially the one with the girl walking into the water, amazing…

  • the last one is best! goood idea, sssso interesting 





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Click here to see our previous post of Dror’s work. More images from “15/20” below.

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