Much of my artwork derives from observation of the evolving relationship between mankind and technology in modern society. Evermore do we embrace technology in our daily lives, and evermore as a matter of necessity. So, too, must I. Even in pieces where that notion is not an explicit part of the subject matter, it plays a role in the medium or the creative process. It is important to my overarching artistic message that a symbiotic, organic/mechanic relationship exists, in both the content and the context of my work.
My educational background, as it pertains to the arts, started very early. My creativity was nurtured by family and teachers throughout grade school, and I was voted Most Creative of my high school senior class. In junior college, I started taking graphic design classes and freelance design jobs, adopting the pseudonym BCGM3.
The moniker is, in and of itself, another instance of my primary artistic message. My initials (short for Benjamin Christopher George Miles, the youngest of three Bens at the time) exemplify my lineage as a human being, yet also allude to the acronymic naming structure common to consumer technology.