"As someone who has always found her own life incredibly uninteresting, I decided to pursue a career of documenting other people's stories. It's such a privilege when people allow you into their lives so that you can share their unique stories with the world. From Boston, Massachusetts to Albuquerque, New Mexico to the gold mines of Eastern Congo, I have traveled the world documenting people's experiences, and I don't plan on stopping anytime soon."
Miller graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism with a degree in documentary journalism. She was among the first class to graduate from the Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism, where she emphasized in long-form nonfiction storytelling. Through producing, shooting and editing her own documentary shorts and features, she learned all of the ins and outs of the documentary industry.
For the past three years, Miller has worked in the cutting edge field of virtual reality at StoryUP XR, pushing the boundaries of innovative nonfiction storytelling. Miller has created content for blue-chip companies, including Google and Facebook. Her projects have played at SXSW Film Festival, March du Film at Cannes Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival's VR for Good showcase. For her latest project with StoryUP, Miller traveled to the Democratic Republic of Congo to produce the VR documentary, Journey of Gold, which uncovers the harsh realities of conflict gold in Eastern Congo. The film has won best VR film awards at International Film Festival Tonneins France and London Short Series Festival.
She is now based in Brooklyn, NY and available for freelance opportunities.