"Our sun hurls its radiant light
towards our tiny planet at a
miles per second. It travels 93
our milky atmosphere and illuminating
a world of
On their way past my
I have the extraordinary honor
of freezing these
in a split second, burning them
a reproducible silver gelatin memory.
an image is only
an icon for a
anyway, isn't it?
my calling is
to record onto
that which makes me feel.
such scenes through the filter
see something that makes me feel.
I translate those
a personal visualization.
I bring this visualization
and onto film.
I develop the
latent images, print
and frame them,
and place them
on a wall.
may not feel
what I feel,
but you will feel SOMETHING
the filter of
And, this ignition
of images from
and viewer -
the light's exhaustive
poignant, haunting, impressionistic, playful,
poetic, powerful, earthy - these words
used to describe the fine art photography of
Miller in the media, in galleries and on the street.
Miller's work has been exhibited throughout the
States and Europe, and has been acclaimed
via online exhibitions.
his insightful environmental portraits of children and adults,
his touching landscapes and streetscapes, Miller's prints are in
demand on gallery walls, included in corporate holdings
held in many personal collections.
known as an Appalachian fine art photographer,
Miller feels called to make a difference in
world through the use of his images.
repertoire is diverse, ranging from Appalachian
Tales and Death
of a Church),
& Obituaries of the Vieux Carre, Aspherical
Dreams, Journey to the Shrine, & Metamorphosis),
inner world of children
and Midwestern Works)
(Rock in Water: Haiti Waits, Streetscapes
Miller's proprietary sepia and selenium toning process infuses his prints
their trademark earthy, luminous glow while his rare traditional unsharp
process instills sharpness far surpassing ordinary prints.
who lives near Dayton, Ohio, works exclusively in black and
to alter and transform the emotional content of reality,
uses 4x5 and 8x10 large format film cameras.