NEW YORK CITY — Flame artist Steven Miller is the newest hire at creative studio The-Artery (www.the-artery.com). With a career that spans nearly two decades, Miller’s credits include work on films that includeAvatar,
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and
Pirates of the Caribbean.
Miller's career includes time at The Mill, Electric Theatre Collective and MPC among others, where he’s amassed over 50 feature film credits, as well as countless television and commercial projects. He began his career at Hydraulx, where he worked on films such as Skyline and Battle: Los Angeles, while studying at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood. In 2017, he partnered with Droga5 on the 2020 Super Bowl commercial Jeep Groundhog Day, which led to multiple Cannes Lions and an Emmy nomination. He moved from Santa Monica to New York City in 2018, going on to collaborate on The Walking Dead and Preacher.
“Steven has a deep understanding of the creative power at the intersection of technology and artistry, which is evident across all of his work,” says The-Artery CEO, Vico Sharabani. “The-Artery has a foundation of multifaceted creative talent, and Steven’s work across epic features and stunning commercials is a great fit for our roster of artists and directors.”