Orlando Noa is a classically trained photographer in the most traditional sense. Upon graduating the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Orlando has honed his craft by assisting some of the worlds leading image-makers; including William Klein, Peter Lindberg; Walter Chin, Mathew Rolston, Annie Liebovitz; Jean Baptiste Mondino, David Lachapelle, Patrick Demarchelier, Gregory Heisler, Norbert Schoerner, Mikail Janssen, Warwick Saint, Donald Miln, Liz Collins, Tesh, Tim Walker, Alasdair McLellan, Camilla Akrans, Guzman, Satoshi Saikusa, Alex Chatelain, Mike Reinhardt, Regan Cameron, Tiziano Magni and the list goes on.
To say Orlando is merely a photographer is quite a disservice to all. In the late 1990's he co-founded 2 Guys With an Attitude Productions, where he began his exploration of film & moving images. During his tenure there, he co-produced & co-directed several projects including the opening trailer for the 1998 Miami International Film Festival & the feature length documentary "But A Good Cigar is A Smoke".
In 2006 he co-founded Digital Decaf Inc, a leading digital capture company. As co-director of the Miami based Digital Decaf, Orlando has been responsible for converting Digital Decaf (Digi-D) from the forefront digital capture company to Miami's most innovative video production company. He has been working as a Director & Director of Photography for the past few years. You may see more motion work at www.digitaldecaf.com .