Wilf Tilley

Born in the North of England, currently living and working in Tokyo.

Prof. Michael W. Miller began his career as an actor, age 16, with the National Youth Theatre in a production of Antony and Cleopatra at the Old Vic with Helen Mirren in the role of Cleopatra.“Wilf Tilley”, a combination of parental names, was part-adopted for a first solo exhibition at the AIR Gallery, London when he was 27. Wilf has held eight solo exhibitions including a first retrospective in Japan, “The Neuro-mytheologian And Other Works” in 2003. In 2015 he was shortlisted for the “Impress Prize for New Writers” and in November/December 2017 held a second retrospective at the Frederick Harris Gallery, Tokyo. Aside from painted portraits, Wilf is now working on a digital series, “in silico” that looks at the psychology of memory and fabulation.