HI. HELLo.

My name is Jami Milne.

I BELIEVE IN BASEBALL, STREAMS OF SUNLIGHT, LONG CAR TRIPS, SUNDAY DELIVERY OF THE NEW YORK TIMES AND ANIMATED GIFS.

I also believe in the authenticity of portraiture, the importance of dialogue and creating soulful connections. That’s why this year I officially launched the Creative Confessional, a portrait experience taking many physical shapes but ensuring portraiture is captured through conversation. Because when we share, we speak our truths into existence or finally set them free. If your conference, workshop or big idea summit needs a safe haven to share ideas that produces soulful portraiture, give me a holler.

LET'S DO THIS: letscreate@jamimilne.com


ARTISTIC CAREER / CV

JURIED EXHIBITIONS

FEB 2018: REACT GALLERY, AMES, IA

JULY 2017: COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS, FLAGSTAFF, AZ

MAY 2017: VIADUCT GALLERY, DES MOINES, IA

APR 2017: CREATE! MAGAZINE, ISSUE IV

DEC 2016: DES MOINES ART CENTER, DES MOINES, IA

AUG 2015: PHOTOPLACE GALLERY, MIDDLEBURY, VT

DEC 2012: SOHO GALLERY FOR DIGITAL ART, NYC

FEB 2012: MICHAEL KATE GALLERY, SANTA BARBARA, CA

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

JAN – JUL 2017: IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL UNION
MULTICULTURAL CENTER, AMES, IA

NOVEMBER 2016: VIADUCT GALLERY, DES MOINES, IA

OCTOBER 2016: MOXIE GALLERY, DES MOINES, IA

OCTOBER 2016: HILL VINTAGE, DES MOINES, IA

PUBLICATIONS

SEPT/OCT 2019: DSM MAGAZINE PHOTO ESSAY

JUL/AUG 2017: DSM MAGAZINE COVER

MAR/APR 2017: DSM MAGAZINE COVER, PHOTO ESSAY

SEPT/OCT 2016: DSM MAGAZINE PHOTO ESSAY

MAY/JUN 2016: DSM MAGAZINE PHOTO ESSAY

JUL/AUG: 2014 DSM MAGAZINE PHOTO ESSAY

JAN/FEB 2014: DSM MAGAZINE COVER (INEZ COLLABORATION)

MURALS

THE DISTANCE FORMULA — SEPTEMBER 2016
Commissioned for The Avenues, The Distance Formula is a photographic mural with two images spliced together, depicting the distance between two points/locations loved by the artist: a beach in Santa Cruz, California and Ingersoll Avenue.

JUST PRESS PAUSE, RoCA BUILDING — SEPTEMBER 2015
A mural commissioned for the RoCA wall, this 20’ x 30’ street photography was applied by wheat paste, solely by the artist.