Miles Howard is a New England-based writer, editor, and filmmaker. He has written content for The Boston Phoenix, STUFF Magazine, NPR, Headspace, Ovuline, The Improper Bostonian, Gettysburg College, and The Barr Foundation, among other clients. Miles has also conducted hundreds of interviews with U.S. Millennials, exploring topics that include income inequality, climate change, and voting. He recently began post-production on Three Walks To Nowhere, a crowdfunded trilogy of documentary short films about young adults adapting to worsening weather in their communities.
Born in Boston and educated at the University of Southern California – where he graduated with honors and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English – Miles can regularly be found boarding a midnight plane or bus to someplace unfamiliar, wheezing his way up trails across the Appalachian Mountains, or settling in for an Andrei Tarkovsky marathon at the nearest repertory cinema.
Miles is pleased to offer a wide range of creative services to a suit your editorial needs. Whether you’re looking to cultivate a brand, proofread a sheath of documents, or simply tell a great story, Miles is ready to help you reach your goal. Currently, he is available for the following services:
• Digital Strategy.
• Screen Adaptation.
Rates are negotiated on a per project basis. Please email Miles directly for all inquiries.