Theodore Miller has over 15 years of experience working in Japan in the areas of creative media, marketing communications, information technology and general management. Based in Tokyo, Theodore is President and Representative Director of Empire Entertainment Japan, Inc. and is responsible for managing Empire Entertainment's growing operations in Asia. Theodore Miller began his career in Japan at Dentsu Inc., Japan's largest advertising agency, where he was Account Executive on the domestic Honda and Gateway Japan accounts. He also worked for Gateway Japan, holding the positions of Marketing Manager, and later Director of Business Development. He left Gateway Japan in 2000 to become President of one of Japan's newest Internet Service Providers, livedoor, which he helped grow into Japan's 6th largest ISP. Over the last decade Theodore has worked on a wide variety of projects for Empire ranging from the production of a series of music videos for Japanese singer / actress Miwako Fujitani, to creating main-stage performances at trade-shows and press conferences for clients such as Panasonic, Sony, Sanyo and Toyota. Theodore produced MSN's 2006 sponsorship of the Rolling Stones "A Bigger Bang" concert tour in Japan and has also been responsible for translation, liaison and coordination work for projects ranging from "Memoirs of a Geisha," a 2005 Japan tour by general Colin Powell and a promotional tour for "Million Dollar Baby" with Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank. Theodore Miller has also worked on a number of television and motion picture related projects. In 1998 Theodore Miller served as Executive Producer for the critically acclaimed documentary motion picture, "The Cruise", commonly regarded as a the first digitally recorded film to be distributed in the U. S. on a nationwide basis. Theodore Miller and "The Cruise" were awarded the Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in News / Documentary programming. In 2001 Theodore Miller authored a monthly column for Shukan Asahi, one of Japan's most widely distributed weekly magazines, reviewing popular cinema. In 2005 and 2006 Miller co-produced 3 highly successful specials for NHK featuring the magic of Marco Tempest, as well as a 70-part Internet series broadcast on MSN Video. Theodore Miller is also Executive Producer of the forthcoming documentary feature, "On The Path", directed by Academy Award nominee Bennett Miller on the subject of meditation teacher S.N. Goenka. Theodore Miller holds a BA degree in East Asian Studies from New York University's College of Arts & Sciences. He has also attended Waseda University in Tokyo and Fudan University in Shanghai where he studied literature, religion, comparative culture and language. Theodore Miller is fluent in spoken and written Japanese.