A New York-based producer, researcher and development consultant, Miller-Monzon's recent projects include Oscar winner THE COVE and Indie Spirit Award winner CRAZY LOVE. Additional credits include the Peabody Award winning doc miniseries BLACK MAGIC and the Emmy-nominated doc miniseries MARTIN SCORSESE PRESENTS THE BLUES: A MUSICAL JOURNEY and A DECADE UNDER THE INFLUENCE, as well as the cult sitcom STRANGERS WITH CANDY and THE SMOKING GUN TV.
A former film industry analyst, he has edited several film-related books, including PAST IMPERFECT: HISTORY ACCORDING TO THE MOVIES (Henry Holt & Company). Miller-Monzon trained extensively with the American Conservatory Theater before earning his B.A. at San Francisco State University and M.F.A. from Columbia University’s prestigious M.F.A. program in filmmaking.
His credits as writer-director include the award-winning shorts THINGS WE SAID TODAY and SOME OF THESE DAYS, which have both screened internationally. He's currently developing ELODIA, which will mark his feature directorial debut.