A big thanks to Motion Arts Pro Daily for their feature on photographer, director, and Nikon Ambassador Sandro Miller. From …Read more
Join Saverio Truglia tonight, Friday January 11, 2013, at
D E F I B R I L L A T O R performance art gallery
1136 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago
Photographer and Director Sandro (on the right) was recently at the Nikon Photokina Fair in Cologne, Germany to promote his action film Joy Ride along with the film’s Director of Photography Anthony Arendt.
Photographer Sandro was hired by Nikon to shoot this beautiful short film titled “Joy Ride” using his Nikon D800. The camera’s high definition video option allows for low light shots, amazing sharp focus, and stunning video quality. The camera’s high definition video option allows for low light shots, amazing sharp focus, and stunning video quality.
Photographer Sandro has once again put on his director’s hat for a DePaul University television commercial. Coming off great success with “Butterflies”, a short film that was selected for the Saatchi & Saatchi “Best New Director” Showcase at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, Sandro’s commercial flows with cinematic scenes of Chicago, the DePaul University campus and the bussiling life of their students.
Ever wonder who’s behind the camera of some of your favorite photographs? Get to know Sandro in a two-part in-depth interview in Chicago Art Machine where he shares his story of how he rose to being one of today’s most successful commercial photographers.
Photographer Saverio Truglia recently stepped out from behind his camera to work as the director on a video campaign for “Dig, Drop, Done” and Anthos, the Royal Trade Association for Nursery Stock and Flower Bulbs (headquartered in Hillegom, the Netherlands).
Sandro Miller has been selected for the Saatchi & Saatchi “Best New Director” Showcase at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Receiving submissions worldwide, the Saatchi & Saatchi Showcase is one of the most popular events during the festival. Known for his arresting celebrity portraits, Cannes was Sandro’s film debut.