First things first, I love art, having studied both graphic design and photography in college. More than art, I love genuine relationships and am happiest when my creative endeavors facilitate the growth of kindred friendships.
My everyday life is filled with laughter, music, and the joy of the Incarnate Lord. Someday, I would like to add backyard chickens and a dairy cow to that mix. In 2014, I married Mr. Dowlin, the love of my life and a Cincinnati native. Four years later, we welcomed our sweet baby girl, Laura Felicity. We make our home in Oakley, near the famous Dutch’s Larder and spend our mornings drinking good coffee and reading good books.
You can follow Sarah’s personal instagram account here.
Like any small business born out of grit and hustle, Parisi Images has aways developed from our set of personal values. Five distinct values shape our company: Generosity, Hospitality, Integrity, Joy and Legacy.
Please visit this blog post to learn more about these values and how they shape what we do each and everyday.
Style and Inspiration
We believe photography is as much about what goes on behind the camera as in front of it. Here are some of our favorite things that inspire our work:
growth • authentic living • heaven • radical hospitality • forgiven fury • surrendered hearts • the lord’s prayer • felicity • simplicity • bread and wine • coffee at midnight • harvest time • discipleship • truth • divine callings • laughter • sacred histories • family farms • severe mercies • humility • testimonies of grace • benediction • passion • prospects of someday • broken hearts • solitude • cultural inquiry • present joy • this beautiful life • you
The Bucket List
A few items on our “to do” list that motivate and inspire us.
Do one of these sound like something you can partner with us in? Let us know!
1. Photograph an Indian wedding in India.
2. Document a live birth.
3. Be published in Modern Farmer and/or Garden & Gun.
4. Establish a widely-respected platform that shares stories of food and faith.
5. Lead a workshop on the value of imagery in shaping and celebrating your story.