Bucky Miller is an internationally exhibited artist and writer who was born in Phoenix in 1987. He has been a Russell Lee Endowed Presidential Scholar in Photography and William and Bettye Nowlin Endowed Presidential Fellow in Photography at the University of Texas, where he earned his MFA in studio art. He also has a BFA in Photography from Arizona State University. In 2015 he completed a residency in London as part of an exchange with the Royal College of Art Program in Sculpture. Prior to that he participated in the Little Brown Mushroom Camp for Socially Awkward Storytellers in St. Paul, Minnesota. His work has been featured in n+1 magazine and Der Greif and he is a recurring contributor to The Believer Logger. His self-published book, The Picture of the Afghan Hound, was selected as one of Photo-Eye's best photobooks of 2016. He is the recipient of the 2017 UMLAUF prize, for which he produced the exhibition and paperback Grackle Actions. He currently teaches photography at both the University of Texas and Texas State University.
Bucky has a small collection of miniature chairs and another of regular-sized chairs. He currently resides in Austin.