Pezhman was born in 1976 in Shiraz — the center of Iran's cultural civilization. He and his family relocated to the United States just three years later. Since his adolescence in the States, Pezhman has been exploring both natural and urban environments through photography. A passionate environmentalist, he thrives outdoors where he gains peace and introspection. Not solely relegated to rural settings, however, Pezhman finds cities equally enticing, noticing a unique history and character behind every architectural detail of the urban streets.
Instructors of the Photography and Cinema program at the Atlanta College of Art encouraged Pezhman to experiment with various forms of photographic expression, including architecture, portraits, and location shooting. Deciding to make a professional career from his talent, Pezhman entered the New York School of Photography, where he honed his skills in the medium-format camera.
With an urge to explore diverse cultures and imagery, Pezhman traveled throughout the United States and Europe. Initially, he carried his camera with him simply as a means of recording the different people and places of his travels. However, his photography quickly evolved to convey the vivid sensations of actual experiences. He regarded his camera as a tool for unearthing a location's archeology, creating portals between the present and the past. By discovering these living histories within his environment, Pezhman saw himself reflected in his surroundings: he, too, held a culturally vibrant, although latent history in his own Iranian heritage.
Pezhman continues to pursue professional photography in Atlanta. His work is continually displayed and collected across the United States.