Harry B. Miller III, ACE is a picture editor for feature films, television, and documentaries. In addition, he has edited several 3D, 70mm large format films for both museum and commercial exhibition.
He grew up in Lexington, KY. After college at UK, he attended USC Cinema and earned a Master of Fine Arts in Film Production. He is now based in Los Angeles.
Television credits include supervising editor/co-producer on La Brea (NBC – 3 seasons), Turn: Washington’s Spies (AMC – 4 seasons), and Outcast (Cinemax).
His large format films include Panama 3D, Mysteries of Ancient China, Journey of Man 3D (Cirque du Soleil), and Deepsea Challenge for National Geographic.
And documentaries include The Lafayette Escadrille and The Millionaires Unit.
Finally, he worked extensively in film and television as a sound editor on Miami Vice, Back to the Future, The Game, The Edge, and A Good Day to Die Hard.