Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Myles Matsuno focuses on developing meaningful stories that carry out strong messages through visual aesthetics. For him, everything he creates comes down to two final factors: The audience and moments. Having led efforts for ABC Los Angeles in Technical Directing shows such as The Academy Awards, Dancing with the Stars, CMA awards, and more, at the same time gaining recognition for his films that bring honest and inspiring messages through his directing and writing. His works have been shown on television, theaters, and festivals winning awards throughout the country. His latest works include a feature titled “Christmas in July”, a documentary titled “First to Go: Story of the Kataoka Family” based on his families experience on the Japanese Internment Camps, and an online series titled “We’re The People”.
“To me, directing isn’t just about carrying out a vision, it’s about bringing people together.”