Bucky Miller is an artist, photographer, and writer who builds disjunctive narratives to learn more about the possibility for joy. He is a recipient of the Aaron Siskind Foundation Individual Photographer’s Fellowship, has had solo exhibitions at spaces including the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and has shown at numerous galleries internationally. His first self-published book, The Picture of the Afghan Hound, was selected as one of photo-eye’s best photobooks of 2016. Miller’s work has also been featured in publications like n+1, Der Greif, The Believer, and Glasstire. He has an MFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin, a BFA in Art (Photography) from Arizona State University, and also studied at the Royal College of Art Program in Sculpture. Currently, he lives in Brooklyn and serves on the board of directors of Kimpton House in Carlsbad, CA.