Born in Northern California, Rebecca moved to San Francisco to study photography at the Academy of Art University, and then to London where she lived and worked for several years. Today she divides her time, life and work, between London and New York.
Rebecca’s images are created with meticulous care and attention to detail but also with a sense of playfulness: see Paloma Faith caught balancing books on her head in a wood paneled library or Rebecca’s campaigns for Wedgwood. She is completely committed to creating the most arresting images she can and goes all out to realise them. She is happy to take risks to do this but it can sometimes lead to strange situations – on one shoot she found herself crammed into a photo booth with the singer Alessi’s Ark and a horse called Maya.
Rebecca Miller is a storyteller and her ability to tell a visual tale has meant that she is sought after not only to shoot campaigns for the likes of Wedgwood, Cargo and Nica, but to art direct them as well.
A natural take on portraiture is another of Rebecca’s talents. Her shots have been featured in publications including The Telegraph, The Sunday Times Style, The Hollywood Reporter, Mojo, Nylon, ID and The Stool Pigeon, as well as working with record labels such as XL, Sony, EMI, Virgin, Island, Rough Trade, 4AD and Warp.
Triumph, Wedgwood, Cargo, Aubrey, Mischa Barton Bags, TLG Brands, Nica Bags, Niamh Flanagan Millinery, Odalisque, The Hollywood Reporter, Grazia, ES Magazine, The Sunday Times Style, The Telegraph, Mojo, Nylon, ID, The Stool Pigeon, Bauer Promotions, Q Magazine, Atlantic Records, Island Records, XL Recordings, Rough Trade, EMI, Virgin, 4AD, Warp