Greg Miller is an American born photographer. He began working with an 8×10 view camera, photographing on the streets of New York City, in 1995. Since then, he has predominantly used the view camera to explore humanism in portraiture, the fleeting relationships of strangers and a sense of suspended reality. He is the recipient of a 2008 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship in photography. Since 1988, his work has been published in over 100 publications including The New York Times Magazine and TIME and his work has been widely exhibited across the US and abroad. He has taught regularly at The International Center of Photography since 2001.
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