“Philip was not only a talented photographer, but an individual with so many hidden professions and experiences. Many years ago, we would travel to West Virginia to photograph my projects. As we passed time in the 2 plus hour trip (each way), we talked about virtually everything. And I was the one who was learning from him. I am honored to have known him, and will miss him.
“I am shocked to hear of this news today, I am so sorry for your loss. I never had the pleasure of meeting Philip, but have always admired his creativity. He & I spoke on several occasions for business and photography, and I know our industry is missing this incredible colleague now.
“I knew Philip for a while back around 1999 - 2001. I had the privilege of being his Kodak rep for that time. He was very kind to me and always professional. I really liked Phil and I'll miss him. I am sending my thoughts and prayers to his family.
“Philip was an amazing photographer and a beautiful human being. He will surely be missed. RIP dear friend.
“I always hoped to, but never met Philip, but came across his fine work on numerous occasions, and was a long-time admirer; he directed his obvious skill and talents toward making beautiful photographs in this challenging field.
- Maxwell MacKenzie, Architectural Photographer, Washington, DC
“I had the distinct honor of working with Philip, what an amazing artist! Very sorry I was unable to work with him more.
“Dear Marie and Anders, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Your family has always remained in my heart as one of my favorite Millstone families. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Love, Ms. Barbara
“I am so very sad to hear about Philip. He was an exceptional photographer and an exceptional man. My deepest condolences to his wife and family and to the photographic community in Richmond. His loss will be felt for some time to come.
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