Johnny Miller (b. 1981) is a photographer, journalist, and founder of Unequal Scenes and africanDRONE. He is based in Cape Town, South Africa, and brings collaborative, creative approaches to helping solve systemic global issues. Johnny is a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity at the London School of Economics, a BMW Responsible Leader, and a News Fellow at Code For Africa.
Unequal Scenes is dedicated to visualizing inequality in the world’s most unequal regions. The images have been published by Time, National Geographic, BBC, and many other publications and have had a global impact. Unequal Scenes aligns itself with the UN SDGs, specifically in the fight against extreme inequality, climate change, and sustainable cities and communities, and aims to create strong, accessible, and accurate narratives that drive sustainable action and positive social change.
africanDRONE is a non-profit organization based in Cape Town, South Africa which empowers drone users in Africa to join our network. We convene educational training camps throughout the continent, upskill professionals with new technical skills, and help organize events such as the African Drone Forum, together with our international and local partners.
UN General Assembly – UN SDG Action Zone Speaker
Photoville (NYC, USA) – UNDP Sponsored Photo Exhibition
Atlantic Institute Consortium on Displacement – Convening Week (Amman, Jordan)
Lagos Photo Festival – Featured Artist (Nigeria)
Full list of Recent Events, Exhibitions, and Awards: https://unequalscenes.com/upcoming-events