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Caitlin Miller

IATSE 800 Graphic Artist in Film, Television & Commercials.

Photographer, Web Designer, Fine Artist, cheese lover.


What I Do

Caitlin is a Los Angeles based freelance graphic artist with dozens of film, television, commercial and music video credits. She is proud to be a member of IATSE 800, the Art Director's Guild, and to once again serve as a chair for the Young Artist's Committee in 2023.


With prior experience in art directing, advertising, screen printing, fine art and photography, Caitlin brings a broad background of knowledge and expertise to her craft. Her early years in post production editing have also provided an invaluable foundation of understanding for the full spectrum of the filmed medium.


It has been a privilege and honor to be attached to a number of industry recognized and awarded projects, including television series which have received Emmy nominations and films that have premiered at Cannes, Sundance and the Berlin international Film Festival. Most of all, it has been a genuine joy to work in this creative and constantly evolving field!

What I'm Up To

Notable recent design work includes "For All Mankind", "Sex Lives of College Girls", "The First Lady", "Hell's Kitchen", "Queenpins", the latest video from music sensation Bad Bunny, ads for Barbie, and numerous graphics for the 2023 Art Director's Guild Awards Show here in Los Angeles.

For more updates, please check out her instagram: @cjmillercreative_design

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Below is just a small list of artists who I really admire and have influenced me over the years.

and last but definitely not least, My Dad.

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My dad, Eric Miller, is an Art Director working in the advertising industry. When I was very little, I used to watch him work at his drafting table splicing and spray-mounting ads together, and he showed me everything he did. As a child, he taught me how to use one of the first versions of photoshop on an old brick of an Apple computer. When I was a little older, maybe 12 or 13, he took me to work in NYC to show me how industrial printers functioned in commercial print shops. I worked for him briefly after college, and he taught me not only the basics of layout design, but how to communicate with clients. He and my mom both fostered and encouraged my creativity, and I wouldn't be the person I am today if it weren't for them. 

He's not only an incredible graphic designer, but a talented illustrator and photographer, as well. He's still working till this day. Check out his site (which I built with him):

Thanks Dad. 

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