Silver Print Press and Peter Miller Photography Gallery.
We are located in Colbyville, Vermont, tucked next to Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Plant on Route 100. In our 150-year old farmhouse is our book-publishing branch, Silver Print Press, Peter Miller Photography Gallery, a darkroom and production office.
We continue to do big things, in photography, books and art. We are a small crew of two people —Peter Miller, the post-postmodern Kyle Green and Fight & Bite, the Flatlander Killer Cat.
Petermillervermont.com goes back to 1990 when the author-photographer finished the now classic coffee table book Vermont People. As no one wanted to publish a book of black and white photos and text about Vermonters, Peter self-published under the name Silver Print Press. He then published Vermont Farm Women, Vermont Gathering Places, Nothing Hardly Ever Happens in Colbyville, Vermont and other books, — over 40,000 copies. We are like our state—small and unique.
Peter MillerPeter Miller is a photographer-writer-author who lives in Colbyville, Vermont. He began his career in 1959 as a reporter for LIFE Magazine. He left LIFE to move to his home state of Vermont where he became a freelance photographer and writer. For 20 years he was a contributing Editor to SKI Magazine and a freelance writer for The New York Times, Smithsonian and many travel magazines. He became a stock photographer for The Image Bank, Iconica and Picade, a cooperative stock photographer agency. He has authored nine books including Vermont People, Vermont Farm Women, People of the Great Plains and The First Time I Saw Paris. He has won numerous awards for his books, his photography, and was named Vermonter of the Year and honored by the Vermont Legislature for his work in documenting the culture of Vermont. He has had exhibitions of his work in New York, Paris, and Tokyo. His books may be viewed at petermillervermont.com and his black and white photography, for which he is well known, may be viewed at petermillerphotography.com