Johnny Miller is a photographer, journalist, and drone pilot specializing in urban, cultural, and social justice projects.

I met Johnny early on when I moved to Cape Town and what really struck me about Johnny was that he had all this passion oozing out of him.

It is this passion that led him to Cape Town and got him to pick up a drone for the first time and in just a couple of flights he had steered his life into a new direction. First with Unequal Scenes and then with africanDRONE.

As he puts it:  “with Unequal Scenes, I provide a new perspective on an old problem, I hope to provoke a dialogue which can begin to address the issues of inequality and disenfranchisement in a constructive and peaceful way.”

Passionate. Driven. Creative. This is Johnny Miller.

Although we don’t climb together as much as we used to I get an invite every year to Johnnie’s dog, Lion’s, birthday.  When I bump into him be it at the gym, a restaurant or the mountain – he always makes time for a chat.

It is his friendly nature and driven attitude that makes him such a legend and so I can’t wait to see what the future holds for Johnny, but one thing is sure it won’t be boring and it will be great!

For more info on Johnny and his work, check out his websites: