Renowned photographer/director and Nikon ambassador Sandro Miller joins the podcast to talk about a storied career in photography and filmmaking, and the odds he overcame and sacrifices he made along the way to create a legendary body of work. As a child growing up in Illinois, Sandro lost his father at the early age of four years old and was forced to grow up quicker than most and take on responsibilities that other kids didn't have to deal with. Although this caused him to act out in many ways and start heading down a path that could have led him far away from where he is now, it was an early love of photography that would help keep him motivated to push forward towards a dream of one day joining the legendary names he looked up to. After years of assisting, Sandro created a very successful product photography company based out of Chicago, but it would be what he did next that would shape the rest of his life. Even with the heavy responsibilities of a single of parent, he walked away from a lucrative career to chase his passion of shooting people. He would go on to be one of the most sought after photographers in the world, shooting A-list celebrities, musicians, social influencers, and continuing to produce an amazing body of personal work. During our conversation we talk about continuing to constantly evolve and create as a photographer, what went into creating one of the most impressive personal photography projects ever with John Malkovich, how he transitioned into motion work, and the advice he gives to others who want to make a career out of photography.
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