Credits & Clients

The AV Squad
 
film/video/new media production



music videos - (partial listing)
John Lloyd Miller - director/writer
Garth Brooks, "The Dance"
Garth Brooks, "If Tomorrow Never Comes"
Bobby Cyrus/Billy Ray Cyrus, "The Milkman's Eyes"
 Kevin Skinner, "The Last Goodbye"
Reba McEntire, "What If" 
The Goo Goo Dolls, "There You Are" 
The Smithereens, "A Girl Like You" 
The Smithereens, "Top of the Pops" 
The Smithereens, "Blues Before and After" 
The Smithereens and Belinda Carlisle, "Blue Period" 
Joe Cocker, "What Are You Doing With A Fool Like Me" 
Joe Cocker, "You Are So Beautiful"(unplugged) 
Joe Cocker, "Unchain My Heart" (co-director)
Vince Gill, "Go Rest High On That Mountain" 
Vince Gill, "I Still Believe in You" 
Vince Gill, "A Little More Love" 
Vince Gill, "When Love Finds You" 
Vince Gill, "Trying To Get Over You" 
Vince Gill, "Never Knew Lonely" 
Vince Gill, "Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' " 
Vince Gill, "Pocketful of Gold" 
Vince Gill, "What the Cowgirls Do" 
Vince Gill, "Look at Us" 
Vince Gill, "Liza Jane" 
Eazy E & NWA, "Eazier said than Dunn" 
Wayne Warner & Friends, "God Bless The Children" 
Travis Tritt, "More Than You'll Ever Know" 
Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart, "This One's Gonna Hurt You" 
Bob Carlisle, "Butterfly Kisses" 
Bob Carlisle, "A Father's Love" 
Ricky Skaggs, "Solid Ground" 
Billy Ray Cyrus, "I Give My Heart To You" 
Dolly Parton, "Just When I Needed You Most" 
George Jones, "Wild Irish Rose" 
George Strait, "Check Yes Or No" 
George Strait, "Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye" 
Phil Perry, "Call Me" 
Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson, "I Can't Complain" 
The Mavericks, "Hey Good Lookin'" 
The Fat Boys and Chubby Checker, "The Twist" 
The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Walk Softly" 
The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Dumas Walker" 
The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Oh Lonesome Me" 
The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Davy Crockett" 
The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Honky Tonk Walkin'" 
The Kentucky HeadHunters", "Rave On" 
Kool and the Gang, "Strong" 
Patty Loveless, "That Kind Of Girl" 
Patty Loveless, "He Hurt Me Bad" 
Patty Loveless, "Think About Elvis" 
Patty Loveless, "The Night's Too Long" 
Patty Loveless, "Chains" 
Patty Loveless, "Jealous Bone" 
John Berry, "Your Love Amazes Me" 
John Berry, "Standing On The Edge" 
Lee Roy Parnell, "Love Without Mercy" 
Major Rising, "Dare The World" 
T. Graham Brown, "Come As You Were" 
Marty Stuart, "Tempted" 
Marty Stuart, "That's Country" 
Marty Stuart, "Thanks To You" 
Marty Stuart, "Red Red Wine" 
Marty Stuart, "Kiss Me, I'm Gone" 
Marty Stuart, "That's What Love Is All About" 
Marty Stuart, "Love and Luck" 
Tanya Tucker, "Strong Enough To Bend" 
Dionne Warwick and Kashif, "Reservations for Two" 
Kashif and Melisa Morgan, "Love Changes" 
Rhonda Vincent, "Some Somebody" 
Hank Williams, Jr., "Come On Over To The Country" 
Tourniquet, "Crawl to China" 
Joy Lynn White, "Bad Loser" 
Joy Lynn White, "Little Tears" 
Joy Lynn White, "True Confessions" 
Hank Flamingo, "Baby It's You" 
Mark Collie, "Something With A Ring To It" 
Mark Collie, "Looks Aren't Everything" 
Mark Collie, "Hardin County Line" 
Mark Collie, "She's Never Coming Back" 
Mark Collie, "Let Her Go" 
Mark Collie, "Born To Love You" 
Mark Collie, "Even The Man In The Moon" 
Mark Collie, "Three Words" 
Mark Collie, "It's No Secret" 
Bryan White, "Someone Else's Star" 
Mark Chestnut, "Old Country" 
Mark Chestnut, "I'll Think Of Something" 
Mark Chestnut, "Almost Goodbye" 
Mark Chestnut, "Sure Is Monday" 
Mac McAnally, "Down The Road" 
Mac McAnally, "Only Passing Through" 
Lionel Cartwright, "Say It's Not True" 
Lionel Cartwright, "Leap Of Faith" 
Lionel Cartwright, "I Watched It All" 
Butch Baker, "Our Little Corner" 
KT Oslin, "'80's Ladies" (co-director)
KT Oslin, "I'll Always Come Back" (co-director)
Ronnie Milsap, "Women In Love" 
Restless Heart, "Dancy's Dream" 
Debra Allen, "Break These Chains" 
Lilo Thomas, "Wanna Make Love" 
Sawyer Brown, "The Race Is On" 
Marty Brown, "Every Now and Then" 
Marty Brown, "High and Dry" 
Marty Brown, "You Must Be Mistaken Me" 
Marty Brown, "Can't Wrap Your Arms Around A Memory" 

commercials/industrials - (partial listing)

John Lloyd Miller - director/writer

"Pigeon Forge Department Of Tourism" - For more than ten years the AV Squad has created Tourism Videos, Multi-media presentations and Streaming Video for this resort destination in the Smoky Mountains. The AV Squad handles every aspect of these products, from writing scripts to casting to filming both on film and video to securing music and editing... We are a one stop shop for the Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism and their filming needs. See examples of our work at their web site, www.mypigeonforge.com. 

Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption - "Every Child Needs Love" - National Spots 
Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, Canada - "Every Child Needs Love" - Canada 
National Veterans Association - "Wild Irish Rose", National Spots
Gaylord Entertainment Group - "Bye Bye Love", National Spots 
Governor's Club and Resort - "Premier Estates" - Regional Spots 
The United Way - "Crack Baby" - Regional Spots 
BMG Music - "Butterfly Kisses" - Home Video, Long Form TV, Spots, Music Video 
MCA Records - "Marty Stuart Christmas" - National Spot 
The United Way - "Maggie" - Regional Spot 
Baptist Hospital - "Newborn" - Regional Spot 
The United Way - "Roxanne" - Regional Spot 
B-Venturous Records - "Dare The World" - National Spot 
Ortiva Wireless - "The Mobile Limits" - National Spot 

other clients include Capitol Records, Dollywood, Bang and Olufsen, Polygram Records, Miss Max Records, B-Venturous Records, Olde Towne Productions, Dove Canyon Films, Ford/Lincoln/Mercury and many more.... 

film
John Lloyd Miller - director/writer

Mark Collie as Johnny Cash 
in The AV Squad Film, "I Still Miss Someone"

"The Plowboy"
- John Lloyd Miller has partnered with JJG Entertainment to develop and produce this sweeping historical drama set against the dynamic backdrop of 16th Century Europe.

"The Season Ticket Project" is being developed for Whitebread Films in Los Angeles.  This feature screenplay is a co-write project with renowned Hollywood screenwriter, Joe Batteer.  Los Angles, CA 2007/2008

"The Mobile Limits" - Created as an homage to the original Outer Limits, this short was produced and directed by John Lloyd Miller for Ortiva Wireless. Ortiva Wireless, LaJolla, CA 2007 

"Saucer" - John Lloyd Miller screenplay adapted from New York Times best-selling author Stephen Coonts' novel of the same name. Survey crews in the Sahara make an unlikely discovery - an ancient flying saucer buried in the sandstone. When one young intern discovers the secret to make it fly, the fun and action begins. For Dove Canyon Films, LA 2003. 

"Saint X Prep" - Original screenplay by John Lloyd Miller commissioned by Dove Canyon Films in Los Angeles. A teenage, suspense/thriller set in an exclusive prep school. Dove Canyon Films, LA 2003. 

"Butterfly Kisses" - Inspired by platinum selling song of same name, Miller's offbeat screenplay focuses on a troubled relationship between a bitter, crusty middle-aged pilot, his fiesty, independent daughter, and a bunch of knucklehead mobsters. Dove Canyon Films, LA 2002. 

"Delusion of Innocence" - Original Screenplay is story of a man who is "put away" in a Boston Mental Institution for a murder he did not commit. His only real crime is a less than average IQ. Ultimately this is the story of a loving, dysfunctional family in a close knit Irish Catholic community who come to discover the man's brother is the real culprit. AE23 Films, 2001 

"I Still Miss Someone" - AV Squad film that explores a dark moment in the life of Johnny Cash. Written by John Lloyd Miller and Mark Collie, this multi-award winning, critically acclaimed film features an intense and sometimes frightening look at the young Cash. (See Awards Page) AV Squad, 2000 


television - (partial listing)

John Lloyd Miller - director/writer

"Hidden Heroes with Dr. Bill Dorfman",  Pilot and Sizzle Reel. Los Angeles, CA 2012

"Alive At Brushy Mountain" and "Bonus Tracks", for Wilbanks Entertainment   Nashville 2010/11

"DVD on TV" for The FX Network and The Film Syndicate.  Episodes include, "Batman Begins", "Walk The Line", "Mr. and Mrs. Smith", and "Fantastic Four."   Los Angeles, CA 2008

"Magic Johnson All Star Basketball" - Live HD event included a celeb/NFL football player basketball game, a NBA Rookie/Veteran game, and a halftime concert by Exibit. Live at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. 

"Magic Comedy Slam hosted by Steve Harvey" - Comedy Roast of Magic Johnson at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, live, six camera HD event. (air date: MAR'06 BET) 

"The Magic Johnson Big Bad Music Special" - Live outdoor concert in downtown Los Angeles, featuring acts such as Boys to Men, Ludacris, Chaka Kahn and Biz Markee. Eight cameras, live, HD. (air date: MAR '06 BET) 

"Magic Johnson Foundation Awards" - Live eight camera HD event in Century City honoring great American figures including, Muhammad Ali, Will Smith, Eddie Murphy and many more. 

"Influences" - HBO, featuring Randy Travis and George Jones. Hour long special highlighting the relationship between contemporary artists and the legends that influenced them. Six camera live to tape. 

"Pickin' on Nashville" - VH1 special, featuring behind the scenes and performance footage with the Kentucky HeadHunters. Interviews intertwined with Music Videos and live footage. Expanded version released as Platinum selling home video. 

"Butterfly Kisses" - BMG/Provident Music - This hour long broadcast/home video showcases pop singer Bob Carlisle's sudden rise to fame. 

"Desert Star", A Salute To The Troops Of Desert Storm - Live multi-camera show features performances by Country Music's biggest acts. Distributed and broadcast to the troops in Saudi Arabia and Iraq. 

"Live, Opening Night", the Alabama Grill - Multi-camera live satellite broadcast featuring the band, Alabama and their new restaurant chain. 

"Cycle 16", Z Music Television - Cable pilot, multiple location shoot for thirty minute daily variety show featuring VJ and wacky antics. 

"I Give My Heart", CMT, GAC - Dramatic black and white narrative film to precede music video featuring Billy Ray Cyrus and Mark Collie. The widely praised work won numerous awards including video of the year. 

"Vince Gill, The Videos", MCA Records - Hour long collection of performance, interviews and John Lloyd Miller directed music videos. Certified Platinum RIAA. 










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