Megan Ford Miller is a producer and production/set designer who considers herself an artist above all else. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Megan attended the first and largest art school of its kind in the U.S. (focusing completely on all arts) from elementary through high school. She had her first professional IMDB credit (as an actor) on ABC’s Young People’s Special at the age of 12, and since then has been in countless productions, performing in television and commercials, as well as featured in print modeling.
As an adult, Megan went in a different direction artistically, focusing on mixed media and photography, until her son, Reid Miller, decided he wanted to get serious about his acting career. Since then she has been an integral part of his management team, using her vast experience in the entertainment industry and artistic community to help Reid become the established actor he is today.
By working with Reid, Megan circled back to the entertainment industry in which she started and found her niche as a producer and production designer in both live theatre and film. Her most recent theatre project includes producer and production designer of comedian Stacy Dymalski’s 2018 Hollywood Fringe show The Other Side of the Razor Ribbon, which won a Producers Encore Award. Megan is slated to produce three more theater productions in 2019 and working as a promoter for 2 others.
In the world of film, Megan produced and designed the 2018 short film, FLIKKER, which has won multiple awards (and counting), including the Stella Adler Excellence in Film Award at the International Action On Film Festival in Las Vegas. She is also currently producing 2 feature films slated for release in 2019 & 2020.
As an artist she works in mixed media and photography and has done production design for film and theater.
Megan believes as an artist you must always be reinventing yourself, learning and doing new things. Otherwise you loose your creativity and run the risk of becoming irrelevant. She lives by the sentiment of her favorite quote; "I am always doing what I cannot do yet, in order to learn how to do it” ~ Vincent Van Gogh