Greg Miller
A portrait of a man.

Greg Miller

Greg Miller is an award-winning photographer who uses the serendipity of chance meetings with strangers and large format street photography to build insightful, narrative photographs. He has produced several bodies of personal work over the last 25 years including Nashville, Unto Dust, County Fair and, most recently, Morning Bus–photographs of local Connecticut children waiting for the morning school bus. In 2018, he published Unto Dust, a monograph of portraits of New Yorkers observing Ash Wednesday. Miller is a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and his work has been exhibited in several solo shows in Los Angeles, Barcelona and Nashville, TN as well as group exhibits in New York City, including Yossi Milo, James Danziger and Sasha Wolf Galleries. His work has appeared regularly in over 100 publications including TIME, LIFE, Esquire and NPR. Miller has been a faculty member at the International Center of Photography since 1999. He regularly conducts workshops at Maine Media Workshops, Los Angeles Center of Photography and elsewhere.

Photo: Tina Chiappetta-Miller

ICP Involvement

A family looking out to the sea.
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A man outside a snowy area with animals.
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Two kids playing outside.
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