All posts by Ian Miller

Questions Before Dark

  ” As this day ends, and before sleep when the sky dies down, consider your altered state: has this day changed you? Are the cornerssharper or rounded off? Did youlive with death? Make decisions […]

The Wait.

  A beautifully crafted film following Belgian wildlife photographer Michel D’Oultremont as he displays both deep patience and presence in his work. The film takes the viewer on a journey from Michel’s hometown in Belgium […]

The last punch cutter.

One letter. In the moment. Each action deliberate in intention and precise in its immediacy of execution. A cup of tea. A smoke. One letter. Just this.  

Interpretation.

  Lake Wanaka, in the Southern Lakes Region of New Zealand, is one of my favourite places on the planet.  In this short film snowboarder Will Jackways, shares his simple philosophy of life. Im not […]

Wind. 

  “Soil for legs Axe for hands Flower for eyes Bird for ears Mushroom for nose Smile for mouth Songs for lungs Sweat for skin Wind for mind” –Nano Sakaki

Practicing the edge. 

  Engage all of your life as you would zazen. Don’t be cautious. Throw yourself into it. Thats where you learn. Our tendency is to go with what is familiar and safe. Yet the familiar and […]