Tamika Miller

Tamika Miller

Tamika attended the prestigious Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated ahead of schedule with her Bachelor of Science degree in Communications. Soon after, she moved to Los Angeles to begin her career in film. She began working in commercial and music video production and advanced quickly. At the age of 23, she produced her first commercial. Tamika has directed several commercial specs, as well as a series of meditation and martial arts instructional videos. She also directed a short documentary entitled, “Released: 5 Shorts on Women in Prison” where she featured renowned scholar and activist, Angela Davis.

Director: Gift for the Living, Sarang Song

gift for the living

gift for the living

(USA, 2004) Inspired by the O. Henry
short story “Gift of the Magi”, Gift for the Living is a story about a grandmother and
her granddaughter who, without the other’s knowledge, sell their most treasured possession in order to buy the other a birthday gift.
sarang song

sarang song

(USA, 2006) Sarang song is a love story
of two women set amidst the politically and socially turbulent times of the early 1970’s.