Miles Mazzie

Miles draws on a ground of architectural and urban design experience in his work for Sussman/Prejza. Since joining the firm in 1998, Miles has contributed his three-dimensional design expertise to a broad range of projects; including the master planning for the Hollywood Entertainment District’s signage ordinance which governs the application of advertising to the area’s urbanscape; a general identity and wayfinding system for the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks; and the Van Nuys FlyAway, the satellite site for Los Angeles International Airport. Miles has also collaborated on the Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD) project, creating the logo design and conceptualizing the space planning for the exhibits. 

Miles completed his MFA in 3-D Design at Cranbrook Academy of Arts in Michigan and BFA in Architecture and Urban Design at Parsons School of Design in New York

Miles has also taught classes in the industrial design department at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in architecture at Otis College of Art and Design