Mini Bio (1)
Glen D. Miller began his professional Hollywood career in the early 1990's. After submitting a demo, he was hired by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Imaging. There, for two years, he worked with the Amblin team producing visual effects for seaQuest DSV, Star Trek and other television shows. Two years later, he and five other Amblin artists left and were soon hired by Scott Ross to design a new NT visual effects unit at Digital Domain in Venice, California. hile at DD, Glen created the first fully digital car, and worked with software creators designing and improving tools behind the scenes. While there, he worked on Jim Cameron's Titanic and with the Coppola family on a national commercial series. The NT team was never fully welcome and within two years, nearly all of the team had left DD. Soon there after, the former DD NT team founded Station X Studios. Glen continued working with the software team which led to the creation of SXS's in-house animation tool. Soon, this package was released as Project:messiah. Glen's highlight was working on Kevin Smith's Dogma visual effects. After three years, SXS was sold. Glen left to form his own company and continued closely working with the Project:messiah team. Glen is working on two screenplays and continues to forward the production of his first feature film.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Miller Bio 2001