About Jeff Miller

“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.”

— Dorothea Lange

Background

Inspired by the natural beauty of the Southern Appalachians, Jeff Miller’s mission is to help photographers capture that beauty, share it, and ultimately preserve it. He pursues his mission through “immersion” in photography – field trips, consulting, critiquing, and offering digital imaging and printing services. Jeff also loves to connect with other photographers in several regional and national photography groups. He has delivered both technical and artistic presentations in many venues, and he has taught photography classes and workshops in Asheville NC, at the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, at Chimney Rock State Park, and in the Everglades National Park.

Recognition

Jeff’s photography has been featured on many regional and national websites, including HGTV. His photography has also been featured on the covers of dozens of magazines and brochures, including Our State (NC), Builder/Architect (Western NC), The Laurel of Asheville, Century 21 (Mountain Lifestyles), and the US National Park Service. Hundreds of Jeff’s framed prints have been on display in hotels, offices, restaurants, and properties around Western NC, including Mission Hospital and the Omni Grove Park Inn. Additionally, his photos have been on exhibit in over a dozen galleries and other venues, including the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.

Specialties & More

Supplementing his work in “natural” settings, Jeff has worked with dozens of builders, architects, and interior designers to provide compelling residential and commercial photography. He also photographs cityscapes and landmarks for municipalities.

Jeff is also founder and co-owner with his partner, April Johnson, of Mountain Lens, an extraordinary photography training venue in Hendersonville, NC. Visit www.mountainlens.com to see a stunning venue, modern training center, and impressive lineup of workshops.

Reach me using my contact form to discuss rates, scheduling and more.

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