Harlen Miller is a multi-disciplinary designer and practicing Architect. His most recent design work has been featured on WIRED and Dezeen. Harlen's professional experience has mostly resided in international projects and competitions where his role has been lead project designer and coordinator of deliverables. Countries he has coordinated design packages with consist of China, India, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Vietnam, Chile, and Colombia as well as other U.S. domestic cities. In 2008 he began visualization and computational design consulting for architecture firms within the greater Los Angeles area under the heading HUMANistics.net. His professional work has been exhibited at the A+D Architecture & Design Museum and the Jewel Box at City National Plaza in Down Town Los Angeles, Dubai Creek (UAE), and FLO Gallery in Atlanta.

In June 2011, he graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a Masters degree in Architecture. During his education he has received numerous awards and fellowships for design distinction and excellence as well as teaching opportunities. In 2005 he attended the (VIA) Vicenza Institute of Architecture in Northern Italy and completed his bachelors of Design, cum laude, from the University of Florida in 2006. He has also attended and received additional degrees and recognition in design from (SCAD) Savannah College of Art and Design.