Erin Miller holds a BA in visual arts and graphic design with an honors track and a special interest in art history. Two honor societies that she has been inducted into are the International Distinguished Scholars Society and the Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society. While she was an undergraduate, she was the vice president of Spoken Word (Poetry club) and president of the Art Club.
Erin has interned and volunteered in numerous art galleries and museums on Long Island. These places include but are not limited to; Islip Art Museum (IAM), The Phoenix Arts Gallery, The Anthony Giordano Gallery, and Artspace Patchogue. Art is what brings communities together.
Aside from Erin’s academic achievements, she is also a writer and a poet. She has been published a few times in some magazines, and a newspaper. Recently Erin has been published by Like Us Publishinig in their recent anthology “When You Break a Writer’s Heart,” and is currently working on a new poetry collection. You can find many of her books on amazon and smashwords.
She always has her head in a book, be it a novel or a sketchbook. You can find her immersing herself in the artist community on Long Island and randomly performing spoken word at coffee shops and poetry slams.