Online Mentorship with Greg Miller

Can’t make it to a school or workshop this year? Have a specific project you want to get feedback on right now? Prefer the one-on-one experience to the classroom? My online Mentorship program is designed so you can get professional feedback anywhere in the world when you need it.

Click here to schedule a FREE, no obligation, one-on-one consultation to see if a mentorship is right for you.


My online mentorship program was designed long before the pandemic made remote learning ubiquitous. We are able to view, discuss and edit your work by sharing the screen all at a time that is convenient for you.

The idea that you will make your best pictures if you feel authorized and safe is at the heart of my teaching philosophy. I work with you to find the thing that will motivate you to make the pictures you want, but in a sustainable fashion. While I offer my input at every stage, my mentorship is designed by you, customizable to your needs and your timetable.

We meet one-on-one via Zoom and discuss your aspirations for the photography that you envision, then we set goals for you to achieve those desires. While I am based in the Northeastern United States, my students range from Pakistan to Los Angeles, using calendly to easily find a time that is mutually beneficial.

Get help with:


-Fears and anxieties around talking to and photographing strangers

-Personal Vision & Portfolio Building

-Documentary Photography

-Improving intentionality around your photography (getting the picture you want, as opposed to settling for what you get)

-Book editing and sequencing

-Best practices for large format camera portraiture

-Best practices for analogue film to digital conversion (including flatbed wet scanning)

-Best Practices for Adobe Photoshop for analogue film photography


Still not sure? Click here to schedule a FREE, no obligation, one-on-one consultation to see if a mentorship is right for you.




Miller has been a faculty member at the International Center of Photography in New York since 1999. He is the recipient of a 2008 Guggenheim Fellowship and his 25+ years of success in both fine art, commercial and magazine photography bring a well-rounded perspective to his instruction. Additionally he is on the faculty of the Los Angeles Center of Photography and guest lecturer for the Maine Media Workshops MFA program.