Passionate director specialising in unscripted films.

There’s Mo To Life – BTS(2022, Lucky 17)

The Courtship (2022, NBC / Peacock)

Five From Thirty (2021, London Short Film Festival Selected)

J Hus Documentary (in development)

OVO x DSquared II (2020)

K Trap: Street Side Effects (2020, Sony Music)

OVO x DSquared (2019)

Kenny Allstar: Block Diaries (2018, Columbia Records)

Jay Silva Mini Doc (2018, Warner Music)

LDN (2017)

Born, raised and happily based in East London, Nathan Miller is a filmmaker and director. First picking up a camera in 2010, Miller found himself intrigued by the local arts and music culture surrounding him, a source of inspiration that has remained a constant throughout his evolving career today. His first documentary, Prologue, was released later that same year. Shortly thereafter, the Ace Hotel commissioned Miller to create a series of internal mini-documentaries, with the series taking him to Palm Springs, Los Angeles, New York, London, New Orleans and Chicago.

While balancing his work with the Ace with personal projects, and going on to quit his day job as a hotel bellmen in 2016 to focus full-time on his craft, Miller released Ciph (2016), a 20-minute documentary focusing on DJ Cipha Sounds and LDN (2017), a 46-minute documentary focusing on the underbelly of U.K. rap, drill and grime. LDN, which garnered an impressive 200K views in its first week alone, it went on to receive rave reviews from publications such as The Fader, Highsnobiety, XXL, Mixmag and Crack Magazine, to name a few. After experiencing a new level of craftsmanship, exposure and audience impact, Miller took his same storytelling instincts to Toronto, going on to create Northside (2017).

With these four foundational films under his belt, Miller, now 27, has since expanded his portfolio to include creating content for an array of brands and musicians from OVO to Sony. He is working with rapper, J Hus on a feature-length documentary. Recently his debut short film, Five From Thirty was selected at the 2022 London Short Film Festival.