The site is MillerofRockyCreek.com.
I saw his work when he had a booth at a local gun show* a few months back.
The tables made of spent brass were the first things to catch my eye. They’re way too expensive for me to buy, but WOW!!! are they something to look at!
I’m not certain, but this picture could have been taken at the gun show where I saw him. At any rate, here are some of the grandfather clocks he has for sale, all with little hidey-hole cubbies. Although they’re not shown on his site, he also had a number of racks of coat hooks that all had hidden panels in them.
Here’s another piece of his, an antler chair.
I talked to Miller himself a little bit and he was a really nice guy. His site has a lot more pictures of some really beautiful art, furniture and sculptures made by him. I had a lot of fun browsing through it when I ran across his business card the other day.
* I’m guessing it’s due to low population, but for whatever reason, “gun shows” in Montana have a lot more things than guns, including clothing (both camouflage and otherwise), furniture, antiques, books (both new and old), and other stuff. I was surprised and a bit disappointed the first time I went to a gun show in Portland, Oregon and found it was just guns and very obviously gun-related items such as holsters.