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Miles B. Jordan is a self-taught photographer, educator, University of Alaska Master of Fine Art final year student, and New Orleans native who has experimented with digital, analog, and infrared photography.

 

As a photographer, he has worked in various genres, including fashion, lifestyle, editorial, conceptual, sports, portraiture, analog, landscape, cityscape, street, infrared, and photojournalism photography.

 

Miles uses his camera as a photographer to capture the surroundings around him. His photographs use effective colors to pull the viewer into the scene as if they were present - a feature that has become characteristic of his photographic style. Miles has been in various galleries across the United States, including The Bear Gallery at the Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts in Fairbanks, Alaska, Decode Gallery in Tucson, Arizona, and more. His photographs have also received national attention when chosen for Kolari Vision's 2nd Annual Life in Another Light Photo Contest. 

Miles's work can be found on all social platforms under the name @MilesBJordan

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