Maria Miller

I create to invent new spheres, new environments and unfamiliar places. I create because I discover something new about myself in the process.

In life, I find great inspiration from travel, experiencing the foreign or strange. In my work I'm inspired by the mundane. By combining both sources of inspiration I strive to elevate the ordinary into something extraordinary. I try to break all the rules of photography. This comes easily for me since my background is that of a painter, not a photographer. I transform and combine my subjects with a photo manipulation program until they are 100 percent unrecognizable.

He Decided It's Time to Create His Own Shadow (1/10)

I Could Use a Threshold Right About Now (1/10)

Madama Butterfly (1/10)

Trapped in Their Own Past

Reciprocity (1/10)

Still Learning to Navigate Her Inner Landscape

One Thing after Another

I Remember it Differently

If Only He Could Find Himself Again (edition: 1/5)

Gaia (edition: 1/5)

Migration (edition: 1/5)

Sitting on Top of the World and Wondering What All the Fuss is About (edition: 1/5)

Woman Sitting On a Park Bench Wondering Why He Stopped Writing to Her (edition: 1/5)


Wabi Sabi

Between Dreams

Dreaming in Chinese


Man on a Horse Thinking About Work

Sometimes It’s Best to Walk Away (1/5)

The Forgotten Harp (1/5)

The Noisy Mind (1/5)

Unusable Instruments (1/5)

Circular Logic (1/5)

Ascension in Red

Pigeon 2

Pigeon 1

Filaments II

Filaments I

Vicissitude Edition: 1/5


For Sandy Edition: 1/10

Unknown Forces Edition: 1/10

Soma Edition: 1/10

Passing Fancies Edition: 1/10