KATIE MILLER is a multidisciplinary artist from the rolling valleys of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan and is passionate about living life in the present moment and connecting with people through her photography, writing and music. After pursuing her music as a singersongwriter and recording two albums to date, Katie now devotes her creative energy to her photography with a bit of writing poetry on the side, and keeps musically active in her community hosting open mic nights, tribute concerts and is often now seen accompanying her talented songbird daughter Skye.

"Camera Canada - Portrait Of A Nation" 

A few days before Christmas, I was super pumped at the arrival of the much anticipated photography book, “Camera Canada, Portrait of a Nation,” which features the work of close to 200 photographers, curated by tornado hunter, Greg Johnson. Greg’s vision was to showcase the work of photographers that have taken one of his camera workshops, with the stipulation that all photos submitted must be shot in Canada. Over 6000 images were submitted for this 240 page book, and I am blessed to be have three of my photos featured. I’ve always loved photography, but after experiencing one of Greg’s workshops a couple of years ago, I became seriously passionate in pursuing photography with the gained knowledge of how a camera works, seeking inspiration from my connection with nature and continuing to shoot beloved photos of my family, especially in the summer at Sandy Lake. Congratulations to all of the talented photographers that made the book and a huge pat on the back to Greg Johnson for undertaking this enormous project and very treasured keepsake. To place an order for the book, click HERE.

Showcasing My Photography 

I had a great time sharing my love of nature through my photography at the Esterhazy Craft Sale in November. It felt great to showcase my prints, and here I am a few weeks later, responding to emails regarding print inquiries! Thank you to the Esterhazy Lions Club for hosting this wonderful annual event, & much thanks to everyone who stopped by for purchases & orders of my prints, and for the many conversations that we shared about the inspiration and stories behind the photos. To catch my latest featured photos, please follow me on Instrgram or Facebook

Culture Days in Saskatchewan 

How sweet it was to hear a choir singing along to one of my songs as the audience fully embraced the harmony workshop portion of my show this past weekend, celebrating Culture Days in Saskatchewan. *Click here for a listen. (Note: the clip is a newly written song that I hope to record soon!) My concert was held in the Historic Land Titles building at the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery in Yorkton: a beautiful room for live music. Much thanks to the Yorkton Arts Council for having me and my trio for the afternoon🙏

Gold Dust Woman✨🎤💛 

Here's a link to my FB page for a clip of what has become one of my favourite cover songs to sing with my band, "Gold Dust Woman" by Fleetwood Mac: **Click here to have a listen. - Recorded July 20, 2018 at Rawhides in Stenen, Saskatchewan, on their fantastic outdoor stage during their Summerfest Weekend😊 

Music From The Soul  

It was an absolute pleasure to have been on Roxalana's show, "Roxy On Art," and I'm so blessed to have shared this experience with my daughter Skye, who was also a part of the interview. We talked about our passion and inspiration for the arts, as both my daughter and I are involved in many different art forms. The episode aired on Access Communications in May, and with Roxy posting all of her interviews on Youtube, it will be a keepsake for me to treasure for years to come.

FLOWERS ON THE SUN is my favourite song on my album, A New Day, and was inspired by a note my son wrote when he was four years old, which consisted solely of those four words. I thought it was beautiful and called it his first poem. I saved the note and years later, I formed this song about nature, the environment, and how humankind must be proactive in protecting this beautiful planet for many generations to come.

FLOWERS ON THE SUN is my favourite song on my album, A New Day, and was inspired by a note my son wrote when he was four years old, which consisted solely of those four words. I thought it was beautiful and called it his first poem. I saved the note and years later, I formed this song about nature, the environment, and how humankind must be proactive in protecting this beautiful planet for many generations to come.

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