Wayne Miller is the president of the Redwood Region conservation Council and a former photojournalist. He freelanced for Life, Fortune, Ladies’ Home Journal, Colliers and Ebony. He won two consecutive Guggenheim Fellowships from 1946-1948 to photograph African-=Americans in the northern states. Miller has taught photography at the Institute of Design in Chicago and has been published in several books. In 1975, he stopped working as a professional photographer and began to devote himself to the defense of California’s forests.
Updated: July 13, 2012