Freyda Miller resides in Los Angeles where she has worked as a fine art photographer, painter, and conceptual artist since 1978. She is a graduate of the UCLA Fine Art Department, where her main emphasis was photography. For 20 years Miller has used her artistic vision in the field of production styling and coordinating for international print ads and commercials. She created sets, wardrobe, props, castings and coordinated locations for well known accounts such as: Altoids, Sheraton Hotels, Kodak, Mattel, ABC TV, United Airlines and Sprint. During this time period, she continued photographing, painting, and incorporating her intuitive skills of collecting and assembling elements to create her personal art. Freyda's consistent focus on the feminine is translated through various mediums of her art, which includes assemblage, color photography and hand-tinted photographs that combine diffusion, grain, and texture, with multiple overlays of oils and color pencils. Miller's work is in the permanent collections of the St. Louis Museum of Art, The New Orleans Museum of Art, The Rijksmuseum: Amsterdam, Tokyo and Fuji Art Museum: Tokyo, Peter Palmquist Archives: Women in Photography International and the UCLA Library, Charles E. Young Research Library, Department of Special Collections.