Pure Grain is a swell company. It swells between one and forty people depending on the project.
Mostly, though, Pure Grain is Roberto Miller writing and directing award winning films such as Mandorla, which is currently in distribution worldwide.
After completing a far too sensible study of computer science in college, Roberto left the country to become a journalist abroad. He wrote articles about sailing, music, and off-beat stories for The Wall Street Journal and other publications.
As luck would have it, editors complained about his visual style of writing. They urged him to pick up a camera. He did and a new path soon revealed itself. He returned to the States and took a day-job at Stanford University to produce multimedia while studying filmmaking and screenwriting.
Since then, Roberto has written, produced, and directed stories for the screen, large and small.
He owes the "o" in his nickname to family roots in New Orleans and Central America, and is currently completing Mandorla, a feature film about a man with a mysterious calling.