Marc Miller is an award winning cinematographer, editor, and photographer with over 40 years international experience in narrative, commercial, corporate, documentary, film, and digital formats.
Marc’s philosophical approach to filmmaking is captured in this statement by Russian filmmaker VI Pudovkin “To show something as everyone sees it is to have accomplished nothing.” Marc strives to capture images and construct stories that take the viewer where he cannot go. Herein lies the power of the art of the cinema.
Throughout the years Marc’s work has been diverse in project scope and subject matter. Clients have included major corporations and entertainment companies such as: Metanoia Films, Our House Productions (CBS-Big Brother), Spike TV, The Second City, Fox Reality, Lifetime, History Channel, Discovery, American Playhouse, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Inside Edition, Sony/Columbia Pictures, Warner Brothers, Allstate, Motorola, Kraft, Baxter, Abbott, Amgen, Eli Lily, Quaker Oats, Allstate, Miller Brewing, Harley-Davidson, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, AT&T, SC Johnson, DeVry University, Kimberly-Clark, John Deere, Sears, and many more. Recent projects include the documentaries “Glickman”, “Brothers At War” and “Lost Graves of Tarawa”.
Marc’s work has taken him to most every state in the union as well as overseas to Antigua, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Fiji, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Kuwait, Malaysia, Montserrat, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Tarawa, Togo, Tobago, Venezuela and The United Kingdom.
He is a member of the Society of Camera Operators and The Digital Cinema Society.
“I’ve always been interested in photography and from an early age I sought to learn how to make photographs.... The tools we have at our disposal today are really quite phenomenal and give me the opportunity to finesse my photographs like never before.... My heart’s desire is to take you on an emotional journey into the beautiful world that surrounds us.... I hope when you view my work that it makes your heart sing with resounding joy.” ~ Marc Miller