Gregory A. Miller
Greg has twenty-five years of experience as an acoustician and has worked on major projects around the world. His work is particularly notable in Chicago where he designed the acoustics for the Northwestern University School of Communication, 191 North Wacker Drive, Hyde Park Day School, Wheaton College Conservatory of Music, and corporate headquarters for BP Americas, Exelon, and Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
Additionally, Greg has guided the acoustic and technology systems designs for some of the world’s leading cultural organizations, including The Kennedy Center, Guthrie Theater, Lookingglass Theatre, Writers Theater, Children’s Theatre Company (Minneapolis), and the Harman Center for the Arts in Washington DC. This is apropos, as Greg is a classically trained musician in his own right.
His pioneering work on the development of realism within acoustic simulations (auralizations) has earned him a reputation for innovation and his greg-arious personality makes him a regular on the lecture circuit.
Besides being a soundsmith, he is also a sabersmith, building lightsabers with his two sons, also avid Star Wars fans.