DURING THE DAY, Miller hosts webcasts, but off the clock, he's pursuing a lifelong passion: music production. Two years ago, he went to the Electric Zoo, an electronic music festival in New York City, and was hooked. "It's so fun to produce. After that experience, I got a program and started making music." For now, it's just Miller creating beats. As for singing, "I could try, but I don't think it would turn out so well," he says, laughing.

AGE: 26 • NEIGHBORHOOD: GrandviewWebcast producer, writer and musicianDURING THE DAY, Miller hosts webcasts, but off the clock, he's pursuing a lifelong passion: music production. Two years ago, he went to the Electric Zoo, an electronic music festival in New York City, and was hooked. "It's so fun to produce. After that experience, I got a program and started making music." For now, it's just Miller creating beats. As for singing, "I could try, but I don't think it would turn out so well," he says, laughing.I LOVE TO READ:

The Great Gatsby.

I LOVE TO WATCH:

Pulp Fiction and "The Wonder Years."

I LISTEN TO:

Electronic. Every style sounds different. And I don't like country, like most people.

SOMETHING THAT MIGHT EVEN SURPRISE MY FRIENDS:

I've written two books. One of them is a psychological crime thriller. Another is a love story set in Columbus. And one of my songs was used in the "Columbus Neighborhoods: University District" special on WOSU.

THINGS THAT DRIVE ME CRAZY:

Bad grammar and dishonesty.

SOMETHING I'VE DONE ONCE AND WON'T DO AGAIN:

When I was a kid at summer camp, I did a high ropes course. Since my biggest fear is heights (and I let that be known to the camp counselors), I told them that I didn't want to participate. The counselors said that it'd be the best way to face and conquer your fear, so I took their advice. When I got to the top and started to walk across the first bridge, made only out of three ropes (one on each side for handles, and one to walk on), I froze and I couldn't move. I stood still for a good 20 minutes while I had counselors and other kids cheering me on and telling me to finish. Eventually I did and came back down.

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN FIVE OR 10 YEARS?

In five years, I see myself living off of my hobbies (my writing and music) and traveling. In 10, I see myself doing those same things, in addition to running a winery.

DO YOU SEE YOURSELF WITH A FAMILY SOMEDAY?

At the moment, I don't see myself with a wife and kids in my future. But I will definitely have a few pets. I'm a huge animal lover.

MY IDEAL DATE:

Dinner at VinoVino in Grandview. Maybe go for a walk in a park, sit on a bench and talk about future goals, plans. Then we would go our separate ways until we meet again.

WOULD I MOVE FOR LOVE?

It really depends on the person, the opportunities in the new city and how strong our relationship is, but probably not.

HOW I DEAL WITH A BREAKUP:

I think about what went wrong and when. It's best to move on and get on with your life. Take it for what it was and move onto the next thing.

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