10 x 10: A Season Through the Lens of Andrew Miller

10 photographers share 10 photos from the past year. First up, Andrew Miller.


We’ve reached the end of the ’22 winter season. For most, June marks the beginning of summer, a time when we stow away our shred gear and say, “See you in November.” But for the worlds’ top photographers, summer means opening up Lightroom, plugging in the hard drives, and editing through a season’s worth of imagery to distribute for the world to enjoy. SNOWBOARD has selected 10 of our favorite shooters and asked each to assemble a collection of 10 moments from the past season that had special meaning and backstory. We begin the series with the one-and-only Andrew Miller. – Jeff Baker

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