Emma D. Miller is a writer and documentary producer in Los Angeles, CA. She was previously a programmer at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, NC, where she oversaw submissions to the festival and managed the film selection process.
Emma has worked with National Public Radio, PBS's POV, and WNYC's Studio 360, and she has contributed to NPR.org, Documentary Magazine, North Carolina Public Radio, The Billfold, INDY Week, PRX Remix, WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, and others. As a coordinator and contributing writer for the Durham-based documentary production company Rock Fish Stew, she helped produce Bull City Summer, a documentary project about the Durham Bulls, which culminated in exhibitions at the North Carolina Museum of Art and the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh; a series in the Paris Review Daily; and the publication of a book composed of writing and fine art photography.
Emma holds a certificate from the Center for Documentary Studies and a degree in cultural anthropology from Duke University, where she was a Robertson Scholar.
Email: emma [dot] d [dot] miller [at] gmail [dot] com