At the age of 16, Sandro Miller discovered the work of Irving Penn and decided to become a photographer. He taught himself the art of composition, portraits and light through by studying the great photographers. Thirty years later, he secured himself a place in the fashion world. His commercial success allowed Miller to devote time to personal work, like his series on American blues musicians and his collaborations with John Malkovich.
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