Jodi Miller is a photographer in University Marketing and Communications who started her Ohio State career in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. An Ohio University alumna, she earned a bachelor of fine arts in visual communications in 1993.
Jodi focuses on photojournalism, food photography and higher education storytelling. As a lifelong resident of Ohio, she loves capturing the unique spirit of the people, places and food that make the Midwest best.
When she’s not taking pictures, she’s growing tomatoes and trying to keep up with her young son, Eliot.
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