Creative management agency The Kitchen Creative Group has welcomed photographer and director Stuart Miller to its stables. Best known for creating strong visual narratives and soulful still lifes, Miller has built a strong and reputable career as a visual artist.
With a repertoire extending from directing and photographing those engaging moments that convey a moment of emotion to strikingly impactful still life drinks photography, Miller’s work is characterised by his considered composition and the crafting of light.
Whether shooting a personal project or a commercial commission, Miller is quick to establish a personal connection with his subjects to create an image that feels true and authentic. His impressive clientele includes names such as HP, American Express, Coca-Cola, Mercedes Benz, Fiji Airways, Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Bombay Sapphire, Wild Turkey, Toyota, Allianz and Qantas.
Miller’s work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery (2021, 2018, 2010), The National Gallery of Victoria (2019), Royal Academy of Arts, London (2018), The Centre of Contemporary Art (CoCA), Christchurch in New Zealand (2016) and the Queensland Art Gallery | GoMA, Brisbane (2015).
Says Shannon Stoddart, founder and director of The Kitchen: “We are very excited to welcome Stuart to The Kitchen. His work complements our current portfolio and for us, this is the first time we have repped a photographer who specialises in drinks and still life, so this is a nice diversification for us.”
The Kitchen represents many well-known names in Australian photography and content creation including Juli Balla, Toby Burrows, Andrew Cowen, Stephen Dupont, Simon Lekias, Mattia Panunzio, Alexandrena Parker, Joel Pratley, Tim Swallow and cinematographer Ed Triglone.
To view Stuart Miller’s reel and portfolio, click here.