Jeffrey Stephen Miller is an artist living and working in Beijing and Jindezhen, China. To create his work, Miller utilizes the processes and materials of China’s ceramic landscape. In 2012, he and partner Thomas Schmidt co-founded the design team “Recycled China” whose work repurposes industrial waste to create design and sculptural objects.
Miller has given lectures at the New York School of Ceramics at Alfred University, The Central Academy of Fine Art, Tsing Hua University, Capital Normal University, Kookmin University, The Art Academy of Latvia, and at the College of Arts and Architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Notable exhibitions include 8th Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale in which his design team one the bronze prize, American Museum of Ceramic Art, The Zanesville Museum of Art, Clayarch Gimhae Ceramic Museum, The Arizona State University Art Museum Ceramics Research Center, the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Beijing Design Week 2013, Lacoste Gallery, Mathias Kueper Gallery and the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art.
He has work in the collections in The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Korea Ceramic Foundation, The Arizona State University Ceramics Research Center, The Viessmann Corporation, and M Capital Group.