“The major challenge I’ve found with maximalism is the difficulty of controlling design elements. Often, it’s hard to know when you’ve crossed a line of ‘too much’. Physical spaces and installations are exciting, but because they can be so large and require so many resources, the ability to succeed in this space and in this style becomes exceedingly difficult.”
Will Miller consides his style of work to be adaptive and responsive to the demands of the situation, always searching for opportunities to overcome everyday obstacles. “Design is a hands-on exercise of art and technology,” he says. “It requires constant dedication and practice.” In print, interactive and installation works, Miller uses his head and hands to conjure up immediate and immersive experiences that linger.