Artist Statement/Bio: Daniel Miller served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal in the mid-1970s where he lived with yak herders, learned to speak Nepali and Tibetan, and developed an interest in nomads, yaks, and rangelands. After four years in Nepal, he returned to the USA and worked as a cowboy on large cattle ranches in Montana for many years. He earned a Master’s Degree in Forestry from the University of Montana with an emphasis on range ecology. For most of the last 35 years, he has lived in Asia doing research on nomads and rangelands in Nepal, Bhutan, Tibetan areas of China, and Mongolia and working on development projects for the U.S. Agency for International Development, the World Bank, and NGOs. He now lives in Buffalo, Wyoming, and remains engaged in efforts to promote sustainable management of rangelands, both in the American West and in Mongolia. He uses photography to document his work and travels.