Myles has a classical dance training background, starting at age 8 and spending most of his youth in a performing arts development program called Young Canadians. He earned 6 UCWDC World Championship titles before the age of 20, started teaching and judging at 15, and trained both formally and informally under Master and Champion dancers.
By training in and studying the inner workings of over 60 different dances as well as Karate, Wing Chun Kung Fu, Jiu-Jitsu, golf and motorcycle racing, Myles has refined his ability to dissect, analyze, and evaluate movement at a glance. He has a rare ability to both distinguish the nuances between dance styles and explain to others how to do this.
Myles is one of the most respected Chief Judges on the WCS circuit, not only for his efficient and accurate evaluation and scoring, but also for his level-headed judge management and easy communication with staff. As a mentor judge, Myles trains the next generation of judges how to look at movement differently to better inform their decisions.