Matt Milios

Matt Milios Director of Digital Content

Matt Milios is the creative lead for Vulcan Production's digital and new technology strategy. He oversees online multimedia production, VR and AR content creation, and social initiatives. 

Matt's experience includes a breadth of work telling compelling visual stories and inspiring teams to create highly engaging experiences in innovative ways for emerging technologies.

Prior to joining the Vulcan team in 2014, Matt was the Lead Video Producer for NBCNews.com where he led a team that produced virtually all of NBC News' online video content. He was instrumental in the creation of several ground-breaking online series including the first-ever daily news webcast from the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and "In-Game," the first news series to interview gaming industry leaders virtually, from inside the video games they created.

As the Director of Photography at NBBJ, a global architecture firm, he led the charge to become one of the first firms to move away from traditional photography to a more accessible documentary style that showcased people moving through and inhabiting the built environment. As the Lead Producer at Travelocity, he produced a series of interactive multimedia web travelogues that radically changed and improved the way customers researched and planned for their travel experiences. Matt developed his love for visual storytelling as a cub reporter and staff photographer at small-town newspapers including the Salida Mountain Mail and the Ouray County Plain dealer.

Matt holds an MA in Photojournalism from the University of Missouri and has a passion and respect for visual storytelling in all its forms. As a graduate student, he was the first recipient of the CPOY Multimedia Photographer of the Year Award, and was also awarded a POYi Special Recognition Award for his work compiling a comprehensive digital archive for the contest. His efforts made hundreds of thousands of the best photographs ever recorded accessible for the education and inspiration of students, professionals and others with an interest in photojournalism.