Henry Miller is the Director of Summer Academy at the Boston Architectural College. He received his Master of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and previously owned and operated his own design/build firm which included a machine shop, welding studio and a wood shop/design studio. Over the course of more than a decade he designed and executed everything from full-scale commercial and residential renovations to products designated for the national and international marketplace.
As a sole practitioner, he began to utilize digital fabrication techniques early on, which allowed him to engage in limited and mass production of his industrial designs. As a result of this kind of fabrication and the possibilities it makes available, he took on larger work (both in scale and quantity) and was able to move gracefully from virtual, computational space to physical reality. Throughout the course of his career, Henry has expanded his practice into academia, he currently teaches Architecture at Thayer Academy.