Jonathan Thomas Miller Jonathan Thomas Miller Los Angeles Composer and multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Thomas Miller has written thousands of cues and themes for television and film. His often satirical and experimental score to 1000 Ways to Die on Spike TV uses a number of cutting- edge sound worlds to highlight the comedy and science of death. On Wild Justice for NatGeo, he combines cinematic atmospheres and guitar soundscapes with powerful drumming to underscore the danger of game wardens protecting public lands from poachers. Jonathan has written music for Discovery Channel, History Channel, SYFY, SpikeTV, TLC,Bravo, Science Channel, Planet Green, IFC, WB, and many others. His upbeat, funk guitar music was the score to more than 100 episodes of Flip That House on TLC. His drumming can be heard on the 2011 Emmy Awards. Jonathan studied music composition at Heidelberg College near his hometown of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, before moving to Los Angeles earn an MFA in music composition from CalArts. His compositions for acoustic instruments have been performed at LACMA in Los Angeles and Symphony Space in New York. Jonathan has taught music composition at Pomona College and The Walden School. A drummer and guitar player since his early teens, his musical interests include Indian and African music, advanced electronic music, the avant garde and improvisation. His recording studio is on Mt. Washington near downtown Los Angeles.