Darryl Parham has had over 20 years of experience behind the camera and has committed to producing visual solutions that meet the creative and technical demands of a diverse clientele. Whether shooting in the bush of the Congo, a remote village in the mountains of Guatemala, in an inner city neighborhood in Philadelphia or documenting an interview and performance from a legend such as B.B. King, what Darryl has captured has provided a spiritual connectedness to art and humanity. He has worked on a variety of projects ranging from documentaries and corporate assignments to independent films and more. Some of the organizations he’s worked with include Kartemquin Films, Casey Family Programs, and Cities United.
The Untitled Gary UBI Project follows a guaranteed income experiment in Gary, Indiana and its impact on two households as they live day-to-day in a city they love, despite it being plagued by rust-belt decline and systemic racism – proving that poverty is a lack of cash, not a lack of character.