F.Myles is a Los Angeles based artist, composer, and academic whose central interest is transforming the modalities of architecture and sound thru each-other to see what is heard and hear what is seen. Operating across drawings, sound compositions, installations, and code, Myles examines the trans-disciplinary connections from both directions, working on the musical composition of spatial forms and the spatial design of musical structures.

F.Myles received a Ph.D. in Media Art and Technology from UCSB where his dissertation investigated and framed the field of Archimusic, the trans-disciplinary territory between architecture and music. While at SCI-Arc he received the M.Arch Best Thesis Honor (now the Frank Gehry Prize) for his thesis on developing interactive installations that integrate real-time biometrics (EEG) with spatial sound and projection mapping.

Active in the academic sphere, Myles as held lecturer and instructor positions at SCI-Arc, USC, UCSB, and published in conferences such as ACADIA, IEEE VisAP, NIME, ACM Multimedia, and Siggraph. His work has been exhibited at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Pacific Design Center, JAI JAI, MAK Center, Arbitare, SBCAST, the Zero1 Biennial and is held in the permanent collections of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, and the Art, Design & Architecture Museum.