Leigh Anne Miller is the photo editor and an associate editor at Art in America. She joined A.i.A. in 2004 as editorial assistant, working with the magazine’s longtime editor-in-chief, Elizabeth C. Baker. Leigh Anne now oversees Art in America’s visual material, collaborating with photographers, museums, galleries, artists’ studios, estates, and archives to source images for A.i.A.’s print and online content. Since 2015 she has interviewed dozens of artists, among them Carmen Herrera, Kerry James Marshall, Lynda Benglis, and Laurie Simmons, for the magazine’s monthly “Backstory” column—an archival photo accompanied by the artists’ memories, in their own words. For several years she interviewed curators, museum directors, writers, filmmakers, and architects (RoseLee Goldberg, Maggie Nelson, Annabelle Selldorf, Cheech Marin, and many others) about their current interests for “Sightlines.” More recently, she has spearheaded “Hands On,” a back-page Q&A with art handlers, conservators, framers, tech specialists, exhibition designers, and others working behind the scenes in the art world. Leigh Anne grew up in Pittsburgh and has a BA in art history and Italian from Washington University in St. Louis. She recently returned from a weeklong trip to Buenos Aires where she saw three separate Julio Le Parc exhibitions: at the Teatro Colón, Centro Cultural Kirchner, and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. You can follow her dog on Instagram @mohawksmoproblems.