Bucky Miller, Division

Bucky Miller

Division, Tempe, Arizona, 2011
Website - BuckyMiller.com

Bucky Miller was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1987 and continues to use the Phoenix metropolitan area as a home base to present day. He received a BFA in photography from Arizona State University in the spring of 2012 and studied one summer at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, New York. Miller is admittedly obsessed with the syntax of photography. He has recently undertaken curatorial endeavors around Phoenix and is currently at work on his first photographic novel. The son of an architect and an artist, Bucky is named for Buckminster Fuller (who he also considers an influence). 

Posted on Monday, September 17, 2012.

 

 

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