Johnny Miller

Founder, Unequal Scenes & africanDRONE

Johnny Miller is a photographer, journalist, and founder of africanDRONE – a pan-African organization of drone operators. He is based in Cape Town, South Africa, and has networks and knowledge of contemporary African and world issues, specifically inequality, urbanization, tech, and art. He has received worldwide acclaim for his project “Unequal Scenes”, an exploration of inequality around the world using a drone. africanDRONE produces content for major international news organizations, develops new and socially aware storytelling methodologies, supports drone mapping and survey operations, and hosts educational drone camps across the continent. africanDRONE recently co-organized the Lake Victoria Challenge with the World Bank, a drone delivery competition in Tanzania. Johnny is an Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity at the London School of Economics and a News Fellow at Code For Africa. Image: LinkedIn

Johnny Miller is a photographer, journalist, and founder of africanDRONE – a pan-African organization of drone operators. He is based in Cape Town, South Africa, and has networks and knowledge of contemporary African and world issues, specifically inequality, urbanization, tech, and art. He has received worldwide acclaim for his project “Unequal Scenes”, an exploration of inequality around the world using a drone. africanDRONE produces content for major international news organizations, develops new and socially aware storytelling methodologies, supports drone mapping and survey operations, and hosts educational drone camps across the continent. africanDRONE recently co-organized the Lake Victoria Challenge with the World Bank, a drone delivery competition in Tanzania. Johnny is an Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity at the London School of Economics and a News Fellow at Code For Africa. Image: LinkedIn

Website
www.unequalscenes.com