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Steven L. Miller is a Washington DC based cultural portrait artist with nine images in the permanent collection of The Smithsonian Museum.

Spending most of his life leading non profit organizations in six states, Miller left his executive position in 2002 to make and market fine art black and white images that reflect- and impact- the human condition. Miller also teaches photography classes in the Washington DC and Philadelphia areas. Married with two children, he has visited 33 foreign countries in search images that are “compelling and memorable.”

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5 Comments

  1. Hi Steven,

    your photographs are like poems,
    your short aphoristic sentences food for thought.
    And sometimes enough to stoke some action!

    Thank you for sharing.
    Jutta

    • sandra rohrstaff
    • Posted January 28, 2011 at 10:26 PM
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    I bought one of your Generations prints at the Del Ray art festival last fall. It is hanging in the waiting room of my office. I have had many comments on the photograph from people who have visited. (I focus my injury practice on taking care of the elderly and the young.) I thanked someone who had given me some money to buy books and arranged the books beneath your photograph. It’s on the front page of my January newsletter. I included your name and website. I would be happy to send you a copy of the newsletter (hard copy or electronic) if you would like it. Best regards.

  2. Steve, can you send me your phone number again? Can’t find it – send it to my email – thanks! Gallery is asking for contact info for you.

  3. Please let me know how to order some of your newer prints along with the price? I have ordered several in the past and received wonderful comments of appreciation.

  4. Right now I have 3 of the photographs framed and the 4th is in the process. I have decided to only use his photographs in my one room. Talented talented man.


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