get to know me...
Greetings, I’m Danny Miller. I was born in 1993 in Holmes County, Ohio, and blessed to grow up an energetic, creative, adventurous entrepreneur. My life has truly been full of abundance and opportunity.
Growing up Amish with a creative dad, I picked up after his creative talents. Designing and making dreams a reality has always been a true passion for me, whether my own or helping someone else. Being able to help anyone design their dream is an exciting time!
My family is certainly the reason I have been able to do what I have done, and be where I am. I would like to thank them for everything they have done for me. Like everyone else, growing up was not perfect, but there was always love at home. There is certainly room for my self-improvement, and I appreciate their love, caring, and patience. Also, to all my friends out there. Thanks for all your help, especially in the last year. I certainly appreciate all the support and ideas you have given me, as well as all the fellowship we have.
I have always taken great interest in pictures, and love photography. After getting encouragement from friends, I decided to use my images to make wall art and that was the start. Unfortunately, my camera quality was not good enough to make high-quality images for wall decor, and I wanted something for everyone. So I am using some stock photography as well as friend’s images.
This company began with a dream of serving others while adding value, beauty, and inspiration. It now exists of clocks, resin accent tables, inspirational wall art, and cards, and expanding into more creative home furnishings in the near future.
I hope that you enjoy my products as much as I enjoy creating them! If you have ideas for improvements or would like to customize any products for you or your company, please contact me. I would enjoy working with you to create your custom design.
Looking forward to hearing from you, Danny
Thanks to Wesley Petersheim for the Images of your Alaska trip used in most of the Dave Kaufman Collection, also Eva Lynn Beiler (Unbridled Equine) for you your images mostly used for the western decor.