Over the last seven years Australian photographer Graham Miller has produced a refined and evocative photographic record of the suburban and urban experience through his series Suburban Splendour and Waiting for the Miracle. Suburban Splendour emerged from encounters observed whilst driving, from focused observation of daily life, from eavesdropping and casual conversation, but more often than not the photographs were inspired by literature and cinema. Films by Paul Thomas Anderson and Ray Lawrence contributed, as did writing by
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