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  Thomas Miller
Professional/Personal Overview
  AWARD-WINNING creative director with 15 years experience in publishing/media and 4 years at digital agencies. Open to opportunities in magazine or app design, consulting, etc.
Work Info
UI/UX 4 Years
Designer 15 Years
Art Director 15 Years
Consumer Products 15 Years
Lifestyle 14 Years
Technology 14 Years
Total Media Industry Experience
15 Years
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Country Lifestyle (11+), Dow Jones (11+), Charles Schwab (11+), Chicago Medicine (11+), Scholastic (11+), Southern California Physician (11+), Key West Magazine (11+), Texas Magazine (3-5), Run Wild Studios (1-2)
Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
acrossair (11+), imano (11+), Verisight (11+), EMC (6-10), ERB (3-5), Clean Edge (3-5), Aquent (3-5), Nuance (3-5), Xinet (3-5), Transamerica (1-2), Ray Ban (1-2), Samsung (1-2), Ernst & Young (1-2)
Other Work History
Creative Director, New Media for Vanguard Direct; Creative Director for Imano / acrossair; Art Director for Southern California Physician, Texas Magazine, Country Lifestyle, Key West Magazine and MacHome. Assistant Art Director for T3 magazine. Freelance: Chicago Medicine, Maximum PC, Remix, Computer Gaming World, MacAddict, PSM, PC Gamer, NextGen and Westword.
Computer Skills
Adobe Creative Suite, MS Suite, HTML, CSS, Android, iOS
Technical Skills
UI/UX, photographer, direct photo/video shoots, copy writing, audio editing.
2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 MacBook Pro, iPad 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, iPhone 5S, Canon Powershot G10, Canon PIXMA MG6120.
Dana Farbo, dana@farbo.com
Cheryl England, cherylengland@gmail.com
Roger Black, roger@rogerblack.com
2009 Maggie, Most Improved (Finalist)
2009 Maggie, Best Trade (Finalist)
2008 Charlie, Best Service Feature (Bronze & Silver)
2008 Charlie, Best Feature Design (Bronze)
2008 Charlie, Best Feature (Gold)
2008 Charlie, Best Cover (Gold)
2008 Charlie, Best Overall (Gold)
2007 SPJ-Green Eyeshade, Best Feature Photography
2007 SPJ-Florida, Best Overall Design
2007 SPJ-Florida, Best Overall Feature
2007 SPJ-Florida, Best Overall
2007 SPJ-Florida, Best Overall Use of Photography
2007 SPJ-Florida, Best Cover (x2)
2007 SPJ-Florida, Best Illustration
2007 Charlie, Best Overall Design (Bronze)
2007 Charlie, Best Overall (Bronze)
2006 Maggie, Best Computers/Consumer (Finalist)
2006 Maggie, Best Color Editorial Layout (Finalist)
2006 Maggie, Best Table of Contents (Finalist)
2006 Maggie, Best Enhanced Editorial Photograph (Finalist)
2005 Maggie, Best Computers/Consumer (Finalist)
2003 Ozzie, Best Redesign/Consumer (Gold)
Society of Publication Designers
UC Berkeley | Graphic Design
Freelancer Availability
I occasionally freelance. I live near New York, NY. I am willing to travel anywhere. I have a driver's license. I have access to a car.
Work Samples
(Southern California Physican, 10/1/2011)
(Southern California Physican, 5/1/2011)
(Southern California Physican, 4/1/2011)
(Southern California Physician, 2/1/2011)
(Country Lifestyle, 2/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 1/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 9/1/2008)
Launch issue.
(Key West Magazine, 1/1/2008)
(Key West Magazine, 10/1/2007)
Body painting and photography by Joanne Gair.
(Key West Magazine, 7/1/2007)
(Key West Magzine, 1/1/2007)
Illustration by Andy Friedman
(Key West Magazine, 12/1/2006)
Photography by George Kamper
(MacHome, 1/1/2006)
(MacHome, 12/1/2005)
(Maximum PC, 7/1/2001)
Feature spreads  
(Southern California Physican, 10/1/2011)
(Southern California Physican, 2/1/2011)
(Texas Magazine, 1/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 1/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 1/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 1/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 1/1/2009)
(Texas Magazine, 9/1/2008)
(Texas Magazine, 9/1/2008)
(Texas Magazine, 9/1/2008)
(Texas Magazine, 9/1/2008)