Spent his childhood between Tijuana Mexico, San Diego California and Mexico City.
He studies Graphic Design in Iberoamerican University of Tijuana.
He created his own company “Matiz POP” of Photographic Art and Publicity.
His artistic eye, his passion for esthetics and the good taste, has granted him the creativity in the photographic composition.
For him, creation is an obsession; his fascination is to create artistic compositions with everything he can get from the surroundings, exploiting at maximum the language of nature, especially those which are expressive and elaborate forms
He uses nature to vest perfect bodies with it and making her, the protagonist of his work. Clay women, ornamented with nature and bathe with light that combine into an explosive expressivity, which results, besides showy, very emotional.
Miguel Millo dosen’t just produce photography, he use the human body to express him self with them. He makes the body intervention with clay, pigments, plants and sedes, bathing them with light and capturing in a photograph the strenght and emotion of his women of clay.
“Misticism and depht are revealed before the gaze of female bodies that watch and wittness our own exhistence”. Bodies that remind u sour origine, the purity of feellings and the coexistence of mankind and nature that still, after a long evolution, we can not separate.
His goodwill has taken him to colaborate in auctions to help to get support to HIV people, as well as indigenous women in family programing and sexual health, in the las auction of MEXFAM, where many important artists participated as well, his piece was the one that reach the highest price.
From December of 2012 through February of 2013, he exhibited in Casa Lamm gallery in Mexico City, where he is now one of the permanent artists of the institution.
May 3, 2013 until july 4 2013, Guelu Museum, in Cuernavaca Morelos.
July 14 until 31 of august 2013, Louis Lambert Gallery, Santa Monica CA, US
October 22, 2013. “Magic Boxes” auction for MEXFAM, industrial club Mexico City.
October 31, until November 30, 2013, Manuel Chacon Gallery in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.