Graham Miller

Website - GrahamMiller.com.au

Graham Miller is a photographer based in Fremantle, Western Australia. His work has been exhibited internationally and throughout Australia, including the One Eyed Jacks Gallery (Brighton), Haggerty Museum of Art (Milwaukee), Southeast Museum of Photography (Florida), Pingyao International Festival of Photography (China), Recontres Photographie Internationale de Niort (France), Kaunas Photography Festival (Lithuania), F/Stop Festival Leipzig (Germany), Yokohama Photography Festival (Japan), the Australian Centre for Photography (Sydney), and the Perth Centre for Photography. His photographs are in the permanent collections of The National Gallery of Victoria, The Art Gallery of Western Australia and Parliament House Canberra, as well as many other public and private collections.

Graham Miller, Nicole
The Collection
Nicole

Monument Valley, Utah, 2009

Graham Miller, Frank
The Collection
Frank

Perth, Western Australia, 2006

Graham Miller, Rhonda and Chantelle
The Collection
Rhonda and Chantelle

Perth, Western Australia, 2007

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