Born 1957, Bristol.
Garry Fabian Miller was taught how to use a camera by his father who was a professional photographer. After 1983 however, he stopped using a camera and directed light through a variety of filters such as plant material or water and oil onto cibachrome paper. Based in Lincolnshire from 1980-88, he has since lived and worked on Dartmoor.
He has had solo exhibitions at Arnolfini, Bristol in 1979, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill in 1997 and a major show at the Mead Gallery in 2005. His work is represented in public and private collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris and the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
|Cut Flower Blue, Lincolnshire, Spring 1985|
|Swim, Autumn 1986|
|Sun Rose, Parke Estate, Devon. Summer 1989|
|Son, March 12th 1993|
|Son, March 7th 1993|
|Son, March 18th 1993|