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Tom Miller

(1962-), Photographer

Artist of 35 portraits
Tom Miller works as a freelance photographer based in Britain. His portrait photography has featured in the major national newspapers and magazines, including the Telegraph, Guardian and Sunday Times. His work has been included in the National Portrait Gallery's John Kobal Photographic Portrait Award, and in 2002 was one of three photographers commissioned by the gallery to explore the nature of professional partnerships for the exhibition Managing Partners.

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Ossie Clark, by Tom Miller - NPG x88409

Ossie Clark

by Tom Miller
bromide print, 1992
NPG x88409

Alan Bennett, by Tom Miller - NPG x88408

Alan Bennett

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 26 January 1994
NPG x88408

Oliver Sacks, by Tom Miller - NPG x88406

Oliver Sacks

by Tom Miller
bromide print, 22 January 1995
NPG x88406

Alex Garland, by Tom Miller - NPG x88407

Alex Garland

by Tom Miller
bromide print, 29 January 1996
NPG x88407

Trevor Baylis, by Tom Miller - NPG x88404

Trevor Baylis

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 17 July 1997
NPG x88404

Ron Arad, by Tom Miller - NPG x126055

Ron Arad

by Tom Miller
bromide fibre print, December 1997
NPG x126055

Enid Marx, by Tom Miller - NPG x88405

Enid Marx

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 17 February 1998
NPG x88405

Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank, by Tom Miller - NPG x88410

Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, November 1998
NPG x88410

Maureen Lipman, by Tom Miller - NPG x88403

Maureen Lipman

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 13 July 1999
NPG x88403

Dawn Primarolo, by Tom Miller - NPG x88915

Dawn Primarolo

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 24 June 1999
NPG x88915

Nigella Lawson, by Tom Miller - NPG x88497

Nigella Lawson

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 5 March 2000
NPG x88497

Hugo Ralph Vickers, by Tom Miller - NPG x126321

Hugo Ralph Vickers

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 8 December 2000
NPG x126321

Colin Bruce Slee, by Tom Miller - NPG x196240

Colin Bruce Slee

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, March 2001
NPG x196240

John Pawson, by Tom Miller - NPG x196241

John Pawson

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, March 2001
NPG x196241

David Blunkett, by Tom Miller - NPG x88911

David Blunkett

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 31 January 2001
NPG x88911

Patrick Marber, by Tom Miller - NPG x88912

Patrick Marber

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 4 May 2001
NPG x88912

Sir Neil Cossons, by Tom Miller - NPG x88913

Sir Neil Cossons

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 21 July 2001
NPG x88913

Jonathan Powell, by Tom Miller - NPG x88914

Jonathan Powell

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 7 April 2001
NPG x88914

Maggie Smith, by Tom Miller - NPG x125136

Maggie Smith

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, October 2001
NPG x125136

Bob Kiley, by Tom Miller - NPG x125287

Bob Kiley

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 13 December 2001
NPG x125287


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