Elizabeth "Lee" Miller, Lady Penrose (April 23, 1907 – July 21, 1977), was an American photographer.
She was a fashion model in New York City in the 1920s before going to Paris, where she became a fashion and fine art photographer.
One of the apartments became her home while the other became the Lee Miller Studio.
During 1932 Miller was included in the Modern European Photography exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery in New York and in the Brooklyn Museum's exhibition International Photographers with László Moholy-Nagy, Cecil Beaton, Margaret Bourke-White, Tina Modotti, Charles Sheeler, Ray, and Edward Weston.
Her parents were Theodore and Florence Miller (née Mac Donald).
Her father was of German descent, and her mother of Scottish and Irish descent.
She began to drink heavily, and became uncertain about her future.She was a participant in the surrealist movement, with her witty and humorous images.