After a degree in sociology, I began my career as a brand strategist in the advertising industry, followed by various roles as senior executive, never losing my passion for monochrome photography and the inspiration behind it.
I started to engage with photography many years before the digital revolution, dating back to darkroom days, where I spent a lot of time with photo chemicals, developing and printing my own photography by hand. This experience led me to a photography apprenticeship in the late 80s in Frankfurt am Main. Since then, I have been guided by the Ansel Adams zone system, helping me to see the world in a dynamic range of shades of grey. Back in the darkroom days a physical print was the best way to present and appreciate photography. I strongly believe that this remains true today, ideally printed on baryta paper…
Taunus Foto Galerie
"From July 2022, Taunus Foto Galerie is showing MONOCHROME PERSPECTIVES, a series starting with the well-known landscape photographers Roman Loranc and Oliver Miller. Both are connected by decades of intuitive enthusiasm for monochrome photography, with which they capture their visual landscape experiences through compositions of unique moments of light and shadow; these are then immortalized on baryta paper. Roman Loranc and Oliver Miller form the prelude to the new series MONOCHROME PERSPECTIVES, in which changing international photographers display their work, including, Michelle Magdalena Maddox, Daniel Dencescu, Rachael Talibart, and Konrad Bartelski."
Discovery Art Fair Frankfurt
A curated compilation of CIRCULAR DYNAMICS, Monochrome Views of the North Sea has been shown at the Discovery Art Fair in Frankfurt. The Vlieland image, Vliehors, 2016 [No.1] has been selected as part of the Discovery Art Fair Edition 2021, including the 10 best artworks presented at the 2021 Fair in Frankfurt.
Taunus Foto Galerie
A curated compilation of CIRCULAR DYNAMICS, Monochrome Views of the North Sea, being part of a shared exhibition together with Roman Loranc, Birgit Maddox and Angus Hayward, called SILVER LIGHT.
Leica Store Gallery, Manchester
Exhibition of the TOP 20 photographs, being published as part the LUF Book 2018.