John Miller

About

John Miller is based in Surrey, England and has over 20 years experience as a professional photographer. His photography is broad based, but is principally in the areas of landscape, interiors and buildings.

John is a professional photographer with more than 25 year’s experience, specialising in landscapes, and buildings and interiors. His clients include The National Trust, The Landmark Trust, Vintage Travel, Kent County Council, Surrey County Council, Surrey Hills Arts and the Princess Alice Hospice. His work has also illustrated many books.

He started out on the road to professional photography at Plymouth College of Art and Design. It was here that he came across ‘The Creation’, a book of landscape and nature photographs by Ernst Haas which made an lasting impression on him. After three years of study, he continued to learn on the job as a photographic assistant in a London studio and then went on to work as an independent photographer in London for 13 years.

On moving to Surrey, he was struck by the beauty of the landscape – particularly as Surrey typically has a suburban image. Like many landscape photographers he inhabits the extremes of the day, from first to last light. John never tires of revisiting Surrey’s landmarks, from the famous to the hidden, in search of new images that represent a timeless England.

Please do not hesitate to make contact for any quotes or enquires.

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Where to buy

John Millers pictures are available to buy :
contacting us or treacle gallery treacleshere.co.uk / 01483202718

 

Photographer in Guildford, Dorking, Surrey, West Sussex and London

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