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the five mile grace – a matthew miller photography joint bio picture

Welcome to my Blog!

It started and ended very quickly. I took a photography course my junior year at North Gwinnett High school. 2 weeks later I was kicked out, and thats what I thought would the end of my interest of photography. Anyhow, many years later I found myself embarking on my first tour out of the country to Europe with my band ,Most Precious Blood, and for the trip, my mother bought me my first digital camera.I wanted to document every part of the journey(little did i know that i would tour europe a total of five times in the coming years).

Its been almost 6 years since that tour. I have traveled all over the US more times than I can remember.I've been overseas to Brazil, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, and all over Europe. Now I've dropped anchor after living in Brooklyn NY and doing the band full time, I bought a house with my lovely lady(and amazing tattooer) Danielle.We have two midget vegan pitbull puppies named Trainwreck and Justice. We just bought a beautiful home in East Atlanta Georgia. Life is really looking good these days.

I created this blog to show the kind of Photography that I have been doing recently, and also to have a platform to show what is going on in my life. I am available for hire when im not working with the best damn wedding photographers in Atlanta at OUR LABOR OF LOVE. Please get in touch or leave me a comment if you like what you see, or you want to set up a shoot.


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when the goin gets tough, the van breaks down.

Originally uploaded by matty miller.

heres an entry dedicated to all the breakdowns aquired on the road. being on tour since about 2002 means that iv ebeen so many places, so many times, and have been broken down on the side of the road more times that i can even remember. heres a few that were documented when i had a camera handy and remembered to take a picture. so many times sayin” this will be funny when we look back on it”. aint that the truth. enjoy our misery. i will admit ive ha d a couple of chuckles lookin back on some of these, but i dunno if its cause it was funny, or just plain sad. either way i wouldnt have wanted it any other way, well, except havin to pay for all the repairs, that did suck ass.

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