From Suburban Splendour Graham Miller

What compels us to look at pictures of people? When is a photographic portrait truly successful? Does portraiture tell us more about the person sitting for the camera or the image-maker behind the lens? Produced by Andy Adams.

GRAHAM MILLER

Graham Miller is an Australian photographer based in Fremantle whose work is included in numerous international and national collections.

Graham Miller

Graham Miller is an Australian photographer based in Fremantle whose work is included in numerous international and national collections.

Photo by Graham Miller.

Photos by Australian photographer Graham Miller. Graham Miller’s Website

Graham Miller, Nicole

American Photographs by Australian photographer Graham Miller is the result of a road trip through the Southwest of America in the summer of The.

"American Photographs" by Graham Miller

"American Photographs" by Graham Miller

Yes, I would like to buy both a Lotto Gun and some Ammo Beer!

Graham Miller I love the quirkiness of these images, the playfullness within them. This is partly achieved by the minimalistic compositions but also partly because of the bright colour palette. The photographs leave you asking questions which beg for answers, which aren't necessarily present on the surface. His portraits have a certain ease about them where the subjects look as though they've known the photographer for years. His work seems to document what he sees around him in a way that…

Graham Miller - Photographs inspired by Leonard Cohen’s ‘Waiting for the Miracle’


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