Hugh Miller graduated from AFTRS in 2002. During his time at film school, he received numerous ACS awards and the prestigious Kodak Award for Best Cinematography at the New York International Student Film Festival. In 2003, he won the Best Cinematography Award at Tropfest.
His feature work includes: Prime Mover; Two Fists, One Heart; Right Here Right Now (winner 2007 Rebelfest Film Festival, Toronto); Three Blind Mice; Orange Love Story; The Bet (ACS Bronze Medal 2007); Solo, directed by Morgan O’Neill and starring Colin Friels; and Lou directed by Belinda Chayko and starring John Hurt. More recently, he acted as second unit cinematographer on Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child for Storm Vision Entertainment, and Flammable Children, directed by Stephan Elliot. Hugh also shot the 2015 feature documentary Sherpa, which won Best Feature Documentary at the FCCA Award and the London Film Festival, and was nominated for the 2016 AACTA Award for Best Cinematography in a Documentary.
Hugh has worked across a number of television projects, including The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting for Jungleboys. Other television credits include: The Jesters for The Movie Network; Hammer Bay for MTV; and Stunted, a television pilot for Exit Films.