Eyeist: Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller
Photo Director

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Publishing, Editorial, Curation/Fine Art, Stock, Education

Documentary/Photojournalism, Still Life, Food, Fashion, Portraiture, Lifestyle, Street, Fine Art, Interior

Jennifer Miller has been involved in the documentary, art and commercial photography world for the past 20 years. Most recently she was Photography Director at New York Magazine and agent to photographer, Mark Borthwick. Before that she produced the first issue of Tar magazine. For seven years, Jennifer was the Photo Director at Jane Magazine and worked with such photographers as Larry Sultan, Katy Grannan, Martin Parr, Jack Pierson, Stephen Shore and Jim Goldberg. Before Jane, Jennifer was the Photo Editor of the politics meet pop-culture magazine, George where she collaborated on projects with Bob Richardson, Mario Sorrenti, Craig McDean, Stefan Ruiz and Terry Richardson. Freelance projects include photo editing two issues of BIG magazine, teaching as an adjunct professor at Parson’s undergraduate photography program and consulting for Fred & Associates and Photoshelter. She has also worked at the Aperture Foundation and Magnum.


“Jen is an inspiring picture editor to work with, she has a great knowledge of contemporary photography, and it's always an amazing creative collaboration.”
Brian Finke, Photographer

“Having run the show at some of New York's most coveted magazines, Jen Miller is without peer in her sense of what it takes to attract the notice of top photo editors. Her knowledge of the industry is vast and deep, and her opinions are always unvarnished yet rendered with compassion, humor and total honesty. If you want to know what works in your portfolio and what doesn't, Jen Miller will tell you.”
Richard Renaldi, Photographer

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