Eric Miller is one of the most widely published and experienced photojournalists working in South Africa.
Miller has worked on a range of assignments, from news-related stories covering the horrors of the Rwandan genocide and famine in Sudan, to human interest features such as women's boxing, the training of sangomas and evocative essays capturing highlights of several dance and opera productions. He recently spent sevral years documenting the lives, stories and histories of a group of Khayelitsha grandmothers and much of 2018 documenting life in a small Karoo town.
He has worked in over 26 African countries, plus many others further afield, producing an extensive archive of documentary stock and some travel images from countries including Botswana, Cuba, Congo (DRC), Liberia, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Eritrea, Rwanda, Senegal, Sudan, Uganda, Vietnam and Zimbabwe.
Miller initially spent several years working for the wire services, Reuters & AP, but has since worked freelance.
Miller works mostly on assignment for a variety of European newspapers and magazines, as well as for both South African and international NGOs and corporates.
His work has been published in most major magazines in South Africa and is regularly used in a range of major publications and by organisations across Europe and the United States.