Brent Miller
Associate Creative Director

Specialist: Brent is the agency’s associate creative director and the lead art director for our AG and B2B industrial manufacturing clients. His specialty is creative direction for large, multinational, multi-product industrial sales campaigns. He also specializes in product packaging and naming, along with new product launch and rollout for industrial sector customers.

Brent’s creative work has won numerous awards. Most recently he provided the creative concepts and supervision for The Communications Group’s website redesign in 2015 a new website creation in 2017. That redesign resulted in a 2015 “Best of Class” award from the Interactive Media Awards (IMA).

Brent’s specialty is: Brand creative concepts and visuals for the industrial and agricultural industry sectors. Whether it’s the factory floor or a farmer’s field, Brent’s talent and fine artist’s eye make his approach to communicating the client’s story absolutely unique and ultimately, extremely effective.

Brent translates the complex and technical specs of the industrial client into materials that engineers, specifiers, purchasing agents, plant managers and heavy machinery executives find useful in decision-making.

Specializing in B2B: 15 years

Other specialties: Hunting, fishing, motorcycle repair, vintage car restoration, girl dad (he has 3 girls), fine art, painting, remodeling, one-liners, nice guy (clients love him).

Q&A with Brent

Q: Do you recall any interesting stories regarding your birth?

My father nearly missed my arrival. By minutes. He was at work…his very first day on a job he worked for 42 years.

Q:  Did you play on any sports teams?

Football/baseball. I quit both to go fishing.

Q: Is there a teacher that you remember having been particularly influential?

Mr. Jeff Bell was my art/life teacher.

Q: What’s on your playlist?

Q: How much did you make at your first job?

Enough to buy gas, Taco Bell and a cassette tape.

Q: Do you have children? If so, how many and what ages/sexes?

Three daughters – ages 11, 9 and 6. History was made.