Early Work (1992 - 2004)

 

Miller moved to Seattle in 1992. During the 1990's his art activities reflected the climate of musical and artistic experimentalism of the era. 

 

His exploratory work during this decade moved between visual art, sound, and music;  in the form of painting, sculpture, installation works, and sound art.

During this time he exhibited at cafes, shops, museums, alternative art spaces and galleries,

including SOIL arts collective, Project 416, Wall of Sound Records, Howard House,

Western Bridge, Seattle Art Museum, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

He also collaborated with a variety of artists and musicians,

including the Climax Golden Twins, Factums, Sun City Girls.

The project Secret Records was featured at the Seattle Art Museum (1998).