Collection: Mike Miller


Internationally acclaimed photographer and director Mike Miller began his career in 1986.

A 3rd generation resident of Los Angeles, Miller is widely known for his iconic images chronicling the rise of the West Coast hip hop scene. This was the beginning of Miller’s long history of shooting the key figures on the West Coast rap scene. Miller’s most recognized images are of artist Eazy-E, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac Shakur, along with never before seen photographs depicting the time, culture, and community that gave birth to West Coast rap.

Early on in his career he photographed album covers for Jazz legends Stan Getz, Herb Alpert among other notable musicians. Mike Miller (b. 1964) Still lives and works in Los Angeles.

His work has been included in current exhibitions at:
- Fotografiska Museum New York, and The MoPOP Museum Seattle.
- Recently in The ICP Museum New York, The Sole Gallery Dubai, The Annenberg Museum. His work was also acquired by The New York Public Library and The Oakland Museum of California, The Smithsonian, Getty Museum and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
- His next exhibition is at Picture This Gallery in Sweden Oct 12th, 2023.

Mike Miller