Our award winning short film, (in here) I Am God, begins it's film festival run next week in Seattle!
See the film Saturday, July 28 at STIFF. Click the image below to get your tickets!
Here's an interview I did with Infamous Horror. We talk about my crazy life and projects from the past, present, and future. Click Here to check it out!
Check out Volume 1 of my new column on DREAD CENTRAL, Recollections of a Teenage Monster! Click Here!
I was recently brought on to Edit and reshape the story for the short art film, (in here) I Am God. It was an amazing collaborative experience! The movie will be in film festivals later this year! Click on the poster below to watch the trailer.
I had the great pleasure of Directing, Shooting, and Editing a Promo, Tour clip for the band, BLAKK GLASS. It was great working with them and collaborating with my friend, Shane Allen Hall (The Break Up, Blakk Glass) again!
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Last weekend my film, The Anatomy of Monsters, was screened at Crypticon Seattle, as a part of their film festival. It was great screening the film to a new audience, making connections in film and music, and having a blast with fellow horror fans! Thank you Crypticon for having us!
I'm excited to share the Exclusive Premier of our latest music video! I was the Writer, Director, Editor, and VFX artist for this one! Click the image below to check it out!
My latest feature film, The Anatomy of Monsters, will screen at this year's FASH Film Festival LA on Saturday November 19th. I'm will be attending the event along with members of our cast and crew.
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Our Shock Rock/Darkwave band, Ghosts in the Graveyard, has signed with Michael Wimer (The Labrynth, VNV Nation) and his A.D.S.R. MusicWerks record label. Our debut album, Monsters for The Masses, will be released in October 2016. For more info go to www.ghostsinthegraveyard.net.
My latest feature film, The Anatomy of Monsters, has been picked up for North American distribution by Artsploitation Films. Ray Murray, President of Artsploitation, called the film, “Refreshingly gritty, the kind of film John Cassavetes would have done if he ventured into genre filmmaking. The storyline is original, the tension palpable and it features a star-making performance by Tabitha Bastien as the far from innocent victim.” He says of the director and co-writer Miller, “Byron ignored the constraints of his limited budget to make a creepy, dark, disturbing and immensely creative thriller.”
I can't wait to share this movie with the world!
I am currently attached to Direct two original new Horror films, both in ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT in Hollywood, CA with John Sullivan/Blackout Films.