In 2003, I decided to stop working and making Platinum prints. It was a huge shock when I finally understood that forty years of printing and work was to come to an end. My health had been compromised by the toxic chemistry I was using and I could no longer go on.
Also, and maybe most importantly, I began to feel that I had gone as far as I could working with the Platinum image. I never thought I would feel that way. But it was true. For a short time I retired, but that did not last and I turned to learning the computer. Most of the work on this web site comes from my new digital prints. I have few Platinum prints left as most are spread over the world and in many collections. The few I have left I have been keeping for myself.
I recently decided to let go of a few of these prints, and therefore I have built a small section devoted to showing and selling these rare and beautiful images which you can view here. I will only put up a few at a time and I hope you enjoy them.
Tom Millea platinum prints can also be found at the Oficino Uno Gallery in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California.