Paris Visone is a documentary photographer based in Boston, MA USA. She graduated from The Art Institute of Boston where she is now a faculty member. Her acclaimed series “Gender Roles and Appearance” received the Getty Images Editorial Photography Grant in 2010. Her work has also been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions. Paris has traveled the globe with numerous musical icons including Marilyn Manson, Blondie, Toto, Godsmack, Staind and Limp Bizkit. Bringing her unique style on the road, she captures a side of these musicians that is rarely seen. She has also been featured in numerous publications such as Rolling Stone, Spin, ZOOM Magazine, Rangefinder, Real Simple, Alternative Press, Performer and GEO Magazine. Most important to her is the ever continuing life project titled “Years”. She describes it as a self portrait that only ends when she does. She is a member of Statement Images, and is represented for photographic syndication by Redux Pictures.
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