How do you know who to photograph?

Fear of photographing strangers dictates the pictures we make, inhibits projects and even alters our career trajectories. This intensive, yet fun, workshop tackles these anxieties head on by motivating and empowering you. You will address the relative discomfort around this type of portraiture by photographing your classmates all while building your confidence at the same time. Not just a street photography class, this class will help you find and create a narrative through portraiture as well as give you tools to continue on your own beyond the class experience. We will venture to neighboring towns, state fairs, festivals and more!

Photographers at any level, in any format, from iPhone to large format are encouraged to register. Open to digital or analog with in house B/W processing available.

What you need: Your camera of choice, film if applicable, a laptop (if digital) and a notebook.


Greg Miller

Greg Miller's career in both fine art and commercial photography spans over two decades.  Working exclusively with an 8x10 camera he has traveled across the US and abroad honing a uniquely humanist vision as well as work ethic photographing people, mostly strangers in often mundane moments. Miller has produced several bodies of work including photographs from County Fairs, Marching Band Camps and Ash Wednesday.  The last of which is being compiled for a forthcoming book titled Unto Dust. This work earned him a Fellowship in 2008 from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. His work has been published in the New York Times Magazine, LIFE and TIME and has been exhibited widely in the US and abroad and held in many private and museum collections.  Since 2001, he has taught regularly at The International Center of Photography in New York. Miller received a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 1990. Miller lives in Connecticut with his wife and daughter.

© Greg Miller

Course Dates

Jul 9 to Jul 15



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