Miles Noel of MOJO Digital Studio has an interesting background and an interesting collection of skills.
Miles counts graphic designer, illustrator, painter, artist, photographer and muralist amongst his talents.
Leveraging a passion for heritage and architecture, Miles looks at the commercial side of design and uses his artistic side to explore ideas.
A love of variety, change and new challenges precipitated yearlong travel through Europe and South America. That travel, along with 18 months of living in Montreal – quietly one of the coolest cities in the world – inspired Miles and his work. It also gave him international perspective and European influence on his designs.
His love of science has also impacted his work. One such example was the Science Fiction/Science Future project for BHP Billiton where he developed an exhibition and then photographed it as part of the development of marketing collateral.
Science was behind another exhibition with his collection ‘SCI-POP Portraits’, which was commissioned for National Science Week 2013. The exhibition showcased silkscreen portraits, stop-motion and time-lapse info videos of Western Australian scientists who made significant contributions to science from 220 years ago to present day.
Miles has exhibited his work on several continents. While in Montreal, he exhibited an art project based on Expo 67, the remarkable category one world fair held in Montreal in 1967.
His company, MOJO Digital Studio, offers graphic design, illustration and photography services related to branding and brand consultancy, infographics, stationary and other print collateral.
Specializing in digital design, Miles works with WordPress websites, animated GIFs, HTML web banners and all social media, including e-newsletter campaigns.
Miles’ photography focuses on building interiors and exteriors, portraits, products, food, events and lifestyle.
Miles sees himself as “a lens between his clients and their customers” as he offers design, illustration and photography services.
MOJO Digital Studio has a wide assortment of clients touching on a variety of projects, including collaborations with several fSpace members.