Samuel Miller is a writer and photographer who comes from a large family. He grew up outside Chicago, performing in any way he could during school: plays, choir, musicals, band. Throughout high school, he worked three jobs every summer and saw every movie he could. He studied film at Columbia College and drove a plow truck in the winters. He’ll tell anyone about the pizza in Chicago, so don’t get him started. Having lived in Los Angeles for ten years now, he’s not only writing and taking pictures, but he also volunteers at 826LA and works with UnleaSHE to promote self-empowerment. He cares a great deal about mental health and dispelling the stigma of depression. Also, relevant to photography he loves talking about what it means to see someone or to be seen. Vulnerability, embracing imperfection.
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