Myles Sorensen graduated with an MFA from the USC School of Cinema-Television. "The Arsonist" (35mm), his thesis film, premiered at the 61st annual Venice Film Festival and went on to a world-wide award-winning festival run before making its television premier on PBS. The following year, he wrote and directed "Dylan's Dive" with producer Alex Collett (Lethal Weapon 4). With these films and others, Myles is establishing a style of bold visual storytelling, inspired by filmmakers like Andrei Tarkovsky, Wong Kar Wai and Jim Jarmusch.
Currently, he works as an editor on the hit A&E detective series "The First 48", for which he edited the highest-rated episode in series history - "Burden of Proof/Backfire". Other credits include the Naomi Wolfe feature film "The End Of America". He has written several feature screenplays, including award-winners "Far Rockaway" and "Rain Dance". Myles became a member of the Motion Picture Editor's Guild in 2006, and currently lives and works in New York.