Gregery Miller is an artist and comic creator who has worked with some notable studios in the animation and gaming industries as well as assisted an artist in building a giant installation in the desert of Palm Springs, CA. These professional experiences have been invaluable, but his true passion is his original comic, The Tales of Reverie. He spends as much time as possible writing and drawing his comics and he is currently seeking publication for the series.

       The Tales of Reverie follows a boy on a quest to find his missing father. Trapped in a coma due to a chronic night terror disorder, he sets out on an adventure in the dream world. The story is loosely autobiographical and is inspired by vivid dreams that Gregery recorded and sketched as a child.

       Gregery grew up in the mountains of Massachusetts working on his father's tobacco farm and went to Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. After school he lived in the San Francisco Bay area, Mexico City, and is now currently based in New York City.

       In the past Gregery has worked with Clambake Animation Studio, Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, Hitpoint Games, Disney, and Microsoft. He's created graphics for Urban Outfitters, DSF Clothing, and animated videos for Free Speech For People. Lastly he has been commissioned to create album covers and apparel graphics for a number of musicians and bands. In 2016, he was awarded his first artist residency and grant all in the same month. These amazing opportunities helped launch him down the path of comic creating, something he had been trying to find the time and financial flexibility to do since college. He first received a STARS grant where he taught comics and stop motion animation to kids at Boston Public Schools. Then he took an artist's residency with Mass MoCA's Assets For Artist Program and was given a private studio along with a community of international artists where he produced The Tales of Reverie Volume 1 and was the first to ever make comics in the program. 

       If you have any questions or would like to talk to Gregery about commissions, feel free to e-mail him at gregery@gregerymiller.com, and please enjoy the art!