Parker McMillan is a Dutch-American writer, director, and assistant director, with a degree in English, emphasis in Screenwriting, from the University of California, Santa Barbara,
currently working in Los Angeles, CA.
With twelve years of film industry experience, Parker has worked alongside some of the industry’s top talents, both behind and in front of the camera, directors Emil Nava, Hannah Lux Davis, Nabil Elderkin, Spike Jonze collaborator/cinematographer Lance Accord, and over one hundred musical artists, from Kendrick Lamar and Tyler the Creator to Iggy Azalea and Katy Perry. In 2017, Parker McMillan served as assistant director to seven VMA nominees, including the Video-of-the-Year nominee “Reminder," and, in 2019, the CMA Video-of-the-Year winner "Rainbow," by Kacey Musgraves, directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
In addition, Parker worked as Los Angeles Unit 1st AD on the 2018 feature film The Big Take, starring James McCaffrey, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Zoe Bell and the late Robert Forster.
Parker McMillan is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Hollywood Helps,
a nonprofit charity that betters the lives of houseless and displaced persons through charitable donations from the Hollywood film industry.