"Aurora" Dora Miller, relocated from São Paulo, Brazil to Alaska in 2001 and has been chasing and photographing Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) ever since.


"I never heard about the Northern Lights before I moved to Alaska. The first time I saw them it was love at first sight. That was it! From there on I knew what I wanted to do, I wanted to share the Auroras with the world and show them to everyone who doesn't have the opportunity to see the Northern Lights. That's what I have been doing since."


Her Aurora images have been published by NASA, Alaska Magazine, Last Frontier Magazine, Nature Photographer Magazine, Northwest Travel & Life Magazine, and many other publications. Her unique work has been used by the Geophysical Institute, the University of Alaska and the Society of Nature Photographers.


Her creations can be seen here on her website, in many Lodges in Alaska and at her gallery, Aurora Dora, in downtown Talkeetna, Alaska (Main Street & Talkeetna Spur Road)