Myles was born and raised in Perth Western Australia. Upon graduating from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 1997, he made the move to Sydney where he began a career as an actor, working both on stage and in television. It wasn't long however before he was drawn to the other side of the camera, and he began directing and editing a number of self funded short-films and animations.
In 2004 Myles started to direct commercials, and in 2005 was awarded a Screen Australia director’s attachment on the mockumentary feature film “Razzle Dazzle - A Journey Into Dance”. As part of this attachment Myles directed second unit and produced and edited the film’s theatrical trailer.
In 2007, Myles and his brother Karl formed their own production company Conti Bros Films. One of the companies first productions was the short-film “Marry Me” for Myles’ wife, writer/director Michelle Lehman. "Marry Me" was the winner of Tropfest 2008, and has since received more than 2.1 million views on YouTube.
In 2010 Myles co-directed and edited the 1 hour documentary “A Very Short War” alongside veteran Australian actor Bill Young, which premiered on The History Channel on ANZAC Day, and would later screen on multiple networks and distribution platforms both locally and overseas.
In 2014 Myles returned to the short-film genre with “Stockholm” a two hander featuring Laurence Coy and Martin Crewes, and in 2017 he directed the ambitious short film "Dreamweaver" about a young boy who discovers his passion for billie-carts.
As of 2017 Myles has directed over 200 television commercials, 20 music videos and directed and produced numerous short form television shows.