Ezra Miller is a 20-year-old artist and designer from Chicago. He creates interactive, generative art on the Internet using WebGL. He is fascinated by reflections, refractions, moiré patterns, and feedback loops. He is currently a sophomore at NYU Gallatin where he is concentrating on Digital Art, with a focus on computer graphics, art, and design.
In 2013 Ezra started teaching himself how to code websites in HTML, and quickly progressed to learning how to use Processing to manipulate images. After taking part in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago‘s 21Minus program in 2014, Ezra became interested in learning how to create interactive websites using WebGL shaders and Three.js, which he continued to learn during his senior year of high school.
After graduating high school, Ezra spent a month working at OKFocus in New York City. He has been working freelance since 2015, and has a client list that includes Adult Swim, Travis Scott, Fractal Fantasy, Woolmark, and more.
After spending a year at Tufts University, Ezra made the decision to transfer to NYU in order to concentrate further on the study of Digital Art, as well as continue his freelance career. At only 20 years old, Ezra is excited to see what the future has in store for him as he continues to pursue his fascination with creating immersive digital experiences using code.