Alan T. Miller

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Photography by Alan T. Miller

Portrait Photography

Portrait: Don Galloway

Portrait: Don Galloway

Good friend of many years, we initially met in our photography class. This shot was a little heavy handed for his real estate mug shot but found its proper home here.
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Portrait: Klaus and Jesper Mollenholm

Portrait: Klaus and Jesper Mollenholm

Two students at ASU West visiting from Denmark. We carried on many interesting conversations about the Postmodern Condition while they were here in the US preparing their Masters thesis.
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Portrait: Julius and Ashleigh Vellutato

Portrait: Julius and Ashleigh Vellutato

Julius Vellutato with his daughter. One of my favorite photographs. This was taken the night before Jul's son was born. With his daughter being "Daddy's Girl," this was the last night that they both had together alone before her new brother would come in and challenge that.
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Portrait: Marie Navarre

Portrait: Marie Navarre

Truly an inspiration, one my first photography teachers at Glendale Community College. Spring 1993.
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Portrait: Ramsey Eric Ramsey

Portrait: Ramsey Eric Ramsey

Yes the name is correct. Professor of Philosophy, Communication and Rhetoric at Arizona State University West. My academic savior. I was a History major, however, after sitting through one three hour class with him, I had switched my major the next day and never looked back.
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Portrait: Julius and Julie Vellutato

Portrait: Julius and Julie Vellutato

During a hectic 18 person photo shoot, we broke out the black and white film and this photograph was the result.
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Portrait: Kevin Miller

Portrait: Kevin Miller

A very busy mechanic. This is what I had to deal with when I wanted to talk with my oldest brother. May 1992.
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The Never Ending Project

The Never Ending Project

Older Brother with his first vehicle of several years. He always swore one day he would paint it. In the end he sold it in gray primer. May 1992.
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Portrait: Donnie Doyle

Portrait: Donnie Doyle

My Grandmother perched at her favorite chair. For as long as I can remember she had not moved from this spot. Jan 1993.
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The Children of Sundance

The Children of Sundance

Publication: Vol. 30, No. 13, March 27, 1995 The Voice | Sundance is a transitional housing program for women. As the title suggests these are some of the younger residents.
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Portrait: Carrie Amy

Portrait: Carrie Amy

Publication: Vol. 30, No. 13, March 27, 1995 The Voice | Carrie Amy at the rear entrance of Sundance, a transitional housing program for women.
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Portrait: Charlie Jenkins

Portrait: Charlie Jenkins

Probably the earliest photograph in the collection. This photo was taken with a 135mm lens at a 1/4 second exposure in available light. It has always been one of my favorite photographs. October 1988.
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Portrait: Ralph Neighbors

Portrait: Ralph Neighbors

Publication: Vol. 29, No. 15, April 18, 1994 The Voice. | Head Track coach for GCC watching over his team as they prepare for the upcoming season.
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Portrait: Pablo Romero

Portrait: Pablo Romero

Publication: Vol. 29, No. 16, May 2, 1994 The Voice. | Local Artist and GCC student Pablo Romero with his controversial painting "Booya Tribe." The painting was removed from the GCC student Art show. It is believed the painting was censored for its potential racial overtones.
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Portrait: Kendra

Portrait: Kendra

It is hot in Arizona, the pool is often our only refuge. This shot gives a first hand account of survival in the Arizona Desert.
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Portrait: Julius Vellutato

Portrait: Julius Vellutato

Taken from apartment balcony. Flagstaff, Arizona. Winter 1994.
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Portrait: Darren Littlepage

Portrait: Darren Littlepage

Publication: Vol. 29, No. 13, March 21, 1994 The Voice. | Student who turned his hobby of tye-dyeing T-shirts into a campus money making opportunity.
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Portrait: Todd Windham

Portrait: Todd Windham

Todd never liked to have his photograph taken. However he did work in the photography lab at Glendale Community College. At the time he was a relentless math major.
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Portrait: Hal Blaine

Portrait: Hal Blaine

Hal Blaine holds the title of the world's most recorded musician. As a studio drummer he turned out more hits than you can shake a stick at. His credits include playing with everyone from Elvis to Frank Sinatra. Hal is the drummer behind Phil Spector and the Wrecking Crew. The backdrop is a painting sent to him by a fan in South Africa.
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Racial Tension

Racial Tension

Vice President of the GCC Black Student Union surrounded by racist graffiti. As this photograph clearly pointed out, we still have a long way to go concerning race relations, even at Glendale Community College.
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Portrait: Self Portrait

Portrait: Self Portrait

I was so excited when I brought home my 18mm sigma ultra wide angle lens I photographed everything in site, including myself. This photograph was taken around 1992.
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Fruitcake

Fruitcake

Part of a series of photographs taken in late 1992. The model refused a portrait citing it was a "bad hair day," we came to a compromise and the result was the following.
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Blue

Blue

This photograph was taken for a local photography competition. The theme for the contest was simply "blue."
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Portrait: James Laughlin

Portrait: James Laughlin

Publication: Vol. 30, No. 15, April 24, 1995 The Voice. | GCC student Jim Laughlin in his home while being interviewed for a feature about his life.
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Portrait: David Pizer

Portrait: David Pizer

The Guardian | This shot was take for The Guardian newspaper in the UK. He is the Chair on the board of directors for ALCOR, an organization based out of Scottsdale Arizona that will cryogenically freeze and store you when you die only to be resuscitated at a later date.
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