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Karyn Millet

Photographer Karyn Millet

Karyn Millet, photographed by Dan Shea

Karyn Millet
instagram: @karynmillet

After an accomplished career in public relations and publishing, Karyn Millet picked up a camera in 2002 and quickly became the “go to” photographer for top interior design professionals. The award-winning, Los Angeles-based interior photographer is known for her editorial approach capturing intimate, livable moments for publications such as House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Milieu, Luxe, Interiors, Domino, DesignLA, C Magazine, California Home + Design, DesignLA, Modern Luxury, Condé Nast Traveler, and Yolo Journal.

 Millet’s client roster also includes leading hospitality clients such as Rosewood Miramar Montecito, Ballyfin, Playa Grande Beach Club, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Montage Resorts, The Grand Del Mar and The Beverly Hilton. Millet has shot for Living Spaces catalogs, including Nate Berkus covers. Her canvas artwork is available in their stores and online. In 2019, Anthropologie and Perigold launched an exclusive collection of her framed travel images and her artwork is also available through Getty Images and Alamy Stock Imagery.

Millet is the recipient of the illustrious “Stars of Design” Award for Photography, and is an APA Single Image award winner. CBS LA named Millet one of the “Best Photographers to Follow on Instagram.” In 2017, she launched the Instagram magazine, Krush iMag, a 10-page glimpse at decorating and style trends.

She has enjoyed four solo shows for her photographic artwork, which generated press coverage in The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Confidential and Angeleno. Her vivid images have been installed in leading resorts, spas, and restaurants, as well as in private homes.

Millet has photographed four books, including The Well-Dressed Home (Clarkson Potter) and The Accidental Photographer: Dare to Do Something Different (Bellus Press). She is currently finishing up a book project with Rizzoli combining her two passions, design and travel. In addition, a sixth title is in the works to be announced later this year.

Artist Francis Davis Millet, who perished on The Titantic, was her great-great uncle. Millet’s favorite pastime is traveling near or far, seeking the perfect shot with her husband Dan, who sometimes doubles as a swimmer in her pool photos.


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