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Who am I?

Andrew Miller is a Canadian photographer; a 24 year veteran of the craft. His artwork has been seen by millions online, exhibited on several continents and in all 4 hemispheres.  

Trained in the era of traditional film photography just before digital photography would take off,  he graduated near the top of his class in Nova Scotia.   Moving to Toronto in 2001 Andrew soon found himself apprenticed under legendary photographer Joy von Tiedemann. He accompanied Joy on numerous shoots documenting the homes and lives of Canada's rich and famous before branching off on his own to pursue clients within the growing e-commerce industry.  He helped several iconic Canadian fashion and jewellery brands launch their e-commerce platforms.

Things changed for him when he dove headfirst into the Burning Man art festival in 2010.  Over the past 12 years he has fully immersed in a study of photography and it's relationship to the subject matter it documents. When photographing a piece of art or a performance - where does one art end and the photography art begin? 

Andrew also ventured for a time into a community of fire performers and circus artists eventually producing a circus festival in Toronto early 2015. This event provoked much European travel and networking beforehand leading him to fall in love with Iceland and spending some time there studying the landscapes. It also led to a strange adventure where Andrew ended up photographing the creator of Ethereum when he was only 19 years old and had just finished the first version of the code. 

Commercially based in Toronto, Andrew opened a second studio in Montreal in 2018 to be closer to the circus community and to collaborate with bodypaint artist Lorie Hamel.

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