Sherri Nicole Miller is a photographer who approaches her work the same way she approaches everything in her life: Eyes always open, ears always up, camera always ready to capture whatever comes her way. Her images reveal a deep inner life, one filled with art exhibits and soccer games, city life and the African veldt, human struggle and exuberant joy. Through her lens, we see life in its purest form. Through her photographs, she celebrates beauty, provokes inspiration, exercises her mind and finds focus in an unpredictable and awesome world.
A self-taught photographer, Sherri has studied for the last decade at the International Center of Photography in Manhattan, with some of the country’s leading photographers. When she’s not shooting, Sherri is also jewelry designer, chef, philanthropist, avid yogi, mother of two athletic boys and a dog, and wife to a devoted husband, whom she calls her “photography equipment sherpa” (AKA schlepper of camera gear). Whether trekking from her Upper West Side home down to a Brooklyn art exhibit or to the plains of Kenya, Sherri applies the same passion to her photography as she does to all of her daily rituals, and inspires us to do the same.
Struck By Life is Sherri’s first book-length photo essay.