About A. Miller
Life in Stills
A. Miller has a zest for life, renewed upon the recent completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Media Production. Actively working to support philanthropies in the area and document the daily struggles of those routinely overlooked, Miller recently starting working with The Hand Up Project. With over a year of content management for The Love Story, Miller is now acting as their VP. A. Miller’s eye for personal storytelling is unmatched.
Back in 2017, A. Miller was published in Breaking Sad: What to Say After Loss, What Not to Say, and When to Just Show Up. With more of their writings published on the linked blog, as well as The Love Story. A. Miller is known for their voice and ability to capture stories visually.
A. Miller is always looking to take on new opportunities and expand their horizons, professionally and personally.
Below are a few of the various organizations I've provided services for. Along with my photography and accolades.
Vice President of Content Management & Social Media Producer
The Love Story
Creates, manages and curates content for all social media.
Analyzes social media responses and adjusts accordingly.
Branding and Marketing.
Copy edit and writing.
Photographer & Content Creator
The Hand Up Project
I designed the website which show cases my photography exclusively and also worked with The Hand Up Project for a documentary series showing the work they do to help relieve the growing homelessness crisis here in the Pacific Northwest. The Hand Up Project has a wide range of services, from cleaning up encampments, driving people to rehab, and handing out breakfast at a local church.
Publications & Accolades
Published in the anthology Breaking Sad
Editor for The Producers Play Book & Diary of a Crazy Entrepreneur
2011 Pride Scholar Recipient
2019 WWIN Scholar Recipient
Flora Fiction Literary Magazine Volume 1 Issue 2 Summer 2020
“Please don’t expect me to always be good and kind and loving. There are times when I will be cold and thoughtless and hard to understand.”