Careful observation is at the heart of Nancy McMillan’s work. Her intimate photographs of Canadian landscapes, cityscapes, portraiture and more recently, her work with digital restoration, reflects her strong emotional connection to people, places and communities. The combination of Nancy's relationship with nature, formal observation as an educator and her passion for the visual arts define her work as an artist.
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Nancy holds a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Manitoba and has studied at Prairie View School of Photography in Winnipeg. As a freelance photographer, she specializes in photographic art cards, prints and digital restoration.
Publications, Exhibitions, Residencies
Hardcover Book. Manitoba by Manitoba: Images of a Province By It's Citizens. pub. McNally Robinson Booksellers 2019
Artist in Residence. Falcon Trails Resort. Falcon Lake, Manitoba. Canada 2019
Exhibition. Points of View: A National Human Rights Photography Exhibition. Curated by The Canadian Museum For Human Rights 2017
Hardcover Book: Points of View: A National Human Rights Photography Exhibition. pub. Canadian Human Rights Museum 2017
Retail: Image Use Contract for Apparel, Photographic Art Cards and Prints. Canadian Museum for Human Rights Boutique 2016 - present