So just who are these guys?

A little about the owners of Digital Decaf.
Or how it's affectionally known "Digi-D" [di-je-dee]

Orlando Noa

As co-director of the Miami based Digital Decaf, Orlando has always been working on the leading edge of digital media. With his finger firmly on the pulse of all things technical, he employs state of the art hardware and streamlined workflow's; keeping Digital Decaf at the forefront of the digital media market.

"My first computer was a 286 PC running DOS. It had a 7 MB hard drive and I remember thinking, I'll never be able to fill that up."

A graduate of 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.

Steve Boxall

A Photographer and father of three and co-founder of Digital Decaf, Steve has been shooting for 25 years. Trained as a photographer at one of the UK's most renowned schools of photography Cheltenham University.

"Ever since I was eight years old I wanted to be a photographer like my father"

Originally from England, Steve started his photographic career in the 1990's and shot for BBC Television, Virgin Atlantic and other clients in the UK. After six years of working in London and before life got too serious, Steve left England to travel the world (he never went home) and later started Digital Decaf in 2006. See Steve's work at

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