JOHN LOU MILES

BIO

John’s work is graphic: Strong, saturated images that capture you with bright color and deliberate composition. His themes are sensual, suggestive, and insistent. A practical student of film & fine art photography his knowledge and influence are reflected in the iconic, cinematic quality of his photographs shot across the globe.

With a sharp understanding of composition anddeeply informed appreciation of the art’s evolution and history, he capably returns to a shooting-from-the-ground-up technique among others and captures the unexpected in  what is a highly technical process to create a unique perspective.

John shoots with a variety of both analogue and digital Leica cameras and their lens counterparts. He has been featured multiple times in Leica Fotografie International (LFI)  as well as Leica’s online presence. His influences include photographers William Eggleston and Guy Bourdin along with artists Ed Ruscha, Ray Pettibon and Roy Lichtenstein.