Greg Miller (b. 1967, Nashville, Tennessee) is an American fine art photographer and Guggenheim Fellow. He began his career photographing for newspapers and magazines in New York thriving off the energy of the deadline. Dedicated to working with an 8×10 view camera, he has produced several bodies of personal work over the last 20 years including Nashville, Unto Dust, County Fair and, most recently, Morning Bus, photographs of local Connecticut school children waiting for the morning bus. Miller uses the large format camera, the serendipity of street photography and chance meetings with strangers to build insightful narrative photographs. Miller’s work has been exhibited in several solo shows in Los Angeles, Barcelona and the Cheekwood Museum in 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 advertising and magazines including TIME, Esquire, Fast Company, LIFE and many other publications.
Since 1999, Miller has been a faculty member at the International Center of Photography in New York. He conducts several workshops annually at Maine Media Workshops, Los Angeles Center of Photography and Project Basho as well as remote tutoring and private workshops.