Aeron Miller graduated in ’07 with a BA degree in Photography and Spanish American Studies from Mills College. While in college Aeron studied painting and photography in Barcelona Spain where thru her investigation of the Gypsy culture thru photojournalism, she began to see the power and potential her artwork could have in educating and inspiring change. In pursuing Social Change Artwork, Aeron exhibited at the Mills College Museum, paintings that address Sex Trafficking between South Korea and San Francisco. She also Co-Founded and is Artistic Director of Beyond Fire Tribe, a Northern California based collaborative performing arts troupe which brings together fire performers, dancers, musicians, aerial dancers, acrobatics, to create entertaining and educational events in support of social and environmental causes and initiatives. She has served on the Board of Directors for the South Yuba River Citizen’s League and her photographs from Brazil were recently featured online and in the book, ‘Walk Out, Walk On’ by Margaret Wheatley and Deborah Frieze of the Berkana Institute.

Currently, Aeron is returning to her photographic roots and is enjoying portraits and event documentation.