Natrice Miller is an Atlanta-based based documentary and portrait photographer whose personal work focuses documenting the black experience in America. From a young age, she was interested in the arts and people, often drawing crayon portraits of family and friends. The love of portraiture eventually turned into a passion for photography where she began her freelance career photographing independent artists before eventually focusing on photojournalism, capturing everything from political events to human-interest stories for publications like The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Currently, her personal work focuses on the black experience where she examines black beauty, black humanity and the traditions and stories that have been formed as a result of exclusion.