Editorials

More of JENNA MILLER’S design work can be seen in this photography portfolio by the talented photographers Ron & Atalanta Kirk of Ark Photo Works. Click here: http://www.arkphotoworks.com/home/las-chicas-malas

VITALITY MAGAZINE                                                                                                        

BIZ MAGAZINE SUMMER 2017 ISSUE

The Western Novel “Wooden Star” by UK Author Tony Gavin

Wooden Star “The inspiration for the character Kate Miller in my book “Wooden Star” originates with an unexpected encounter whilst on a ranching vacation in Tombstone Arizona back in 2012. The wrangler assigned to look after me out on the trail was not the dumb stubble faced hard man cowboy that I had expected him to be. He was a she. A Cowgirl. I’d never met a genuine cowgirl before and if I had been asked prior what one would look like, she for certain would not have resembled the reality before me. My wrangler was not only a skilled rider as would be expected but she was beautiful, tough yet feminine, intelligent and wily, polite and well mannered. She was exactly how I imagined the original frontier pioneer women would have been. Jenna Miller was her name. Her knowledge and in particular her love and her passion for Arizona was contagious and I couldn’t help but fall in love with the place myself. Jenna went out of her way to make that vacation special for my wife and I and we have all remained friends ever since. So when I was looking for an image for the leading lady in my short film, (Wooden Star was written originally as a script) Jenna instantly came to mind. I chose the name Kate Miller in recognition of Jenna’s evening and weekend work as a model and actress in Tombstone and when I saw a photograph of her with Wyatt Earp as Big Nose Kate on the boardwalk outside of the Bird Cage Theatre, Kate Miller was born. It has been said that to be a cowgirl you must think like a man, act like a lady, look like a model and work like a horse. Jenna you’ nailed it. Thank you for the inspiration.”

– Tony Gavin            

Author Tony Gavin’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MicroMovieStudios

Jenna Miller featured subject of the “Western Beauty” article for the European

“The One” Magazine

Read the full article here:

http://www.the1mag.com/2013/08/western-beauty.html

Article in the Tombstone Gazette featuring Jenna Miller

Tombstone Gazette Article

Jenna Miller’s Photo Shoot on Horseback for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 

In 2013 Jenna was asked to be the Arizona cowgirl representative for an article and personal photo shoot for National Geographic. The photo shoot and interview was done at sunrise out on the historic trails in Tombstone, Az with the Tombstone hills and lovely blooming Ocotillos as the backdrop. Jenna chose a gorgeous Palomino as her horse for the shoot.

Jenna riding the Arizona trails in a photo shoot for National Geographic.

Jenna riding the Arizona trails in a photo shoot for National Geographic.

MT 6964: Road Trip - Arizona Hideouts (Cochise County)

Photo Copyright 2013 Kris Davidson

MT 6964: Road Trip - Arizona Hideouts (Cochise County)

Photo Copyright 2013 Kris Davidson

Discover Arizona Magazine

Jenna Miller and her husband Craig Hensley were featured in the Discover Arizona Magazine from a photo shoot they did with photographer Jerry Marrion.

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Modern Luxury Magazine

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Jenna Miller Featured in the European Donnerstag Publication 

European Article

Jenna Miller Featured in Another Prominent European Magazine

for the Article “Wild Wild West”

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LOCATION FILMING IN ARIZONA: THE SCREEN LEGACY OF THE GRAND CANYON STATE

Jenna Miller was interviewed on the set of the Western movie “Hot Bath An’ A Stiff Drink”  for this book by Lili DeBarbieri about the film history of Arizona. Jenna is quoted as a film costumer in the book.  Read more about the book and how to obtain a copy by clicking on this link to Lili DeBarbieri’s website: http://lilidebarbieri.com/books/now-available-location-filming-in-arizona-the-screen-legacy-of-the-grand-canyon-state/

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Book by Lili DeBarbieri

Craig and Jenna with author Lili DeBarbieri and Jay Gammons owner of Gammons Gulch Movie Set in Benson, AZ.

Craig and Jenna with author Lili DeBarbieri and Jay Gammons owner of Gammons Gulch Movie Set in Benson, AZ.