Miller's exquisite photos are well known from his previous books about rural Vermonters. His latest includes more than 200 photographs shot during his 60 years as a photographer profiling 60 residents of the Green Mountain State. — Stan Hynds
In this newest work by Vermont’s most distinguished photographer, Peter Miller brings together some of his most iconic photographs from the first editions of Vermont People (1991) and Vermont Farm Woman (2002) with over 50 new photographs of Vermonters and their stories, capturing the essential character of the people of Vermont since 1950.
A Lifetime of Vermont People is 208 pages in a 9x12 inch oblong format, bound with a gold embossed cloth cover. The book includes 199 photographs that illustrate the 49 profiles of rural Vermonters, the type of people Miller grew up with and came to admire.