TV screen writer
Kam Miller is a TV writer who has created pilots for FOX, CBS, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Television, and Universal Cable Productions. She wrote for the long-running NBC show “Law & Order: SVU” as well as the short-lived Fox show “Killer Instinct.” Her first feature film, “The Iris Effect,” was produced while she was at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Currently, Kam is developing the TV project “Grave Sight,” based on “True Blood” author Charlaine Harris’ Harper Connelly book series. She is creating another TV series in collaboration with a UK production company, and she has several other projects in development.
Kam works frequently with authors and creators of graphic novels and offers guidance through the Byzantine and sometimes confusing entertainment business. She enjoys helping novelists navigate Hollywood’s rapids and bring their intellectual property to the screen.
You can find Kam at “Glass half-full in Hollywood” at kammiller.com or on twitter @kammotion
Kam will be chatting with us about writing for TV as well as thoughts about keeping fresh creatively and the business of being a writer. This is Kam’s first NINC conference, and we are so happy to have her with us! Welcome, Kam!