Reilly Miller

Jul 4th, 2017

Reilly Miller



Reilly Miller (b. 1990) grew up in Telluride, Colorado and graduated with a B.A. in photography from Bard College in 2012. Since 2013, Reilly has been living between New York City and the Napa Valley where she produces olive oil with her family. Her work has been shown at Vito Schnabel & The Bruce High Quality Foundation’s The Last Brucennial and the Department of Signs and Symbols in New York. In 2015 her work was published by Oranbeg Press.

Tell us about the works we’re featuring?

These images are from a body of work I made in Sicily this past fall and later made into a book entitled Isola Immagini. This series of photographs documents the relationship between the diversity found in the landscape and the people of Sicily.

Why did you start taking photos?

I started taking photos early in high school when I first enrolled in a darkroom photography course. That initial class made me very attracted to the process of using film for photography and I have been using film ever since.  

What are you working on right now?

At the moment I am working on a series of still lives shot in my studio in New York. In these I am incorporating natural objects with handmade ceramic vessels I’ve created over the past year.

What can’t you leave home without?

My Leica Minilux!