Artist of the Day Todd Miller, Photographer

Photographer

I was born and raised on the shore of Lake Superior in Duluth, MN.  I’ve lived in Minneapolis since 1984.  In these past thirty years I’ve shot images of iconic landmarks and famous sites in various cities and countries.  Always fascinated by architecture and nature, but mostly by color and texture.

Manhattan From the Brooklyn Bridge, 2012

Manhattan From the Brooklyn Bridge, 2012

Awards and Shows

My work has earned a 5th Place, three 3rd Place and last year 1st Place for Manipulated Photography by the American Arts Awards as juried by 25 national galleries.  My work is permanently displayed in the lobby of the Uptown Theater, Mpls. MN, in the conference room of Target Corp. Mpls, MN, in the Recreation Center of Loring Park, Mpls. MN, as well as other professional settings.  I exhibit my work in two-four locations monthly and have donated many pieces to charities for fundraising.

Hobby into Passion

I strive to present positive and lighthearted messages in my work.  Simplicity and balance are very important in the composition of my work.  I have met so many wonderful people through the sales and on-line input I receive and am grateful to be able to enjoy watching what once was a hobby become a passion.

Todd Miller
Facebook: phoTODDgraphy

Lake Calhoun, Minneapolis, 2011

Lake Calhoun, Minneapolis, 2011

 

Twins Stadium Construction 2009

Twins Stadium Construction 2009

 Current shows

 http://www.pizzanea.com/  Pizza Nea, my work hangs there ongoing.
http://www.espressoroyale.com/  Espresso Royale Dinkytown, my work hangs there through April.

 

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