Robert Miller

Robert W. Miller has been a prolific composer in film, television and the concert hall for over 28 years. A graduate of the Mannes College of Music in New York City, Robert was encouraged to enter the world of film scoring by his mentors Aaron Copland, William Schuman and Edgar David Grana.

Robert has provided scores for over 2,500 commercials with notable directors including Noam Murro, Rupert Sanders, Dante Ariola, John Hillcoat, and Nicolai Fuglsig. His work is featured in over 70 film scores, two television series, and numerous works for the concert hall and stage. Among Robert’s work in film are several collaborations with pioneering editor and sound designer, Walter Murch, renowned documentarian Eugene Jarecki, ten time Emmy award winning director Jon Hock, director Steven Spielberg (as executive producer) and Oscar-winning director Thomas Lennon. In 2017, Robert collaborated with choreographer Troy Schumacher on a new ballet entitled “The Wind Still Brings” for the New York City Ballet.

Robert also has a long standing creative relationship with Neil deGrasse Tyson and The American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, having scored five Space Shows since 2008, including the planetarium’s newest show, “Worlds Beyond Earth.”

In the summer of 2019, Robert founded RNDM ORDR, uniting some of the most respected composers and sound designers in commercial production. RNDM ORDR has recently rebranded and is now operating under the name Sound Industries.

In recent months, Robert has composed for a Jonathan Hock project, “‘72 Gathering of Champions,” and is currently working on films with directors Eugene Jarecki and Marc Levinson.

Robert’s work has garnered the industry’s highest honors: British Academy Television Awards, ADDY’s, AICPs, seven CLIO’s and five Emmy Awards. His latest film, “Coup 53,” earned accolades from critics worldwide and scored 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.