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Barney Miller at the Whitehouse Post in New York

It’s Miller Time

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Barney Miller is officially a part of the Whitehouse family.

Coming to us from Hooligan, he’s worked with many of our friends over at Ogilvy, Saatchi, DDB, mcgarrybowen, JWT and Y&R.  Before Hooligan, Barney ran his own editorial boutique, Company X Edit for more than 8 years, delivering acclaimed spots with clients like Olay, Avon, Volkswagen, Verizon, Quaker Oats, American Express and Sprite.

As a teenage musician in New York, Miller opened for The Clash and Chaka Kahn and when he retired his guitar, he moved onto film school at The New York School/Parsons. In time, Barney discovered the rhythm of editing and started cutting promos for MTV & VH1. Music videos naturally followed, including Fat Boy Slim, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Elvis Costello and Kanye West.

And the beat goes on – more recently, he’s worked with Jonas Akerlund for Avon and Fergie’s new fragrance collection. He’s also directed and edited four episodes of Capture, a docu-style series focusing on photographer Mark Seliger of Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone and including interviews with internationally renowned photographers like Bob Gruen, Mary Ellen Mark and Ben Lowy, as well as celebrity guests the likes of Kevin Bacon and Mikhail Baryshinikov.

We’re certainly singing from the rooftop and LBB and Creativity are joining in chorus.

Welcome to the family Barney.

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