Marc Miller has enjoyed winning numerous awards for his work as cinematographer and editor during his 40 year career. After attending Columbia College in Chicago during the early ’70s he held staff positions in Chicago and New York. For the past 8 years Marc has free-lanced from Los Angeles. He recently returned to the midwest as his home base for his national and international productions.
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. Client’s have included major corporations and entertainment companies such as: The Second City, Fox Reality, Lifetime, Sea Launch, Five Sisters Productions, American Playhouse, Motorola, Harley-Davidson and many more. In 2005 he shot a theatrical documentary in Iraq for five weeks entitled “Brothers At War” which is available on DVD.
Marc has become a friend as a result of working together. He has a great and generous heart.