Noble worked in the music industry for over 8 years, managing successful international groups including Jamiroquai. Noble followed that by setting up his own photography company specializing in documenting live music performances, tours and album covers: working with the likes of Destiny’s Child, D’angelo and Erykah Badu.
Noble further developed his skills, as a visual artist, by successfully completing an MA in Directing Documentary at the coveted (NFTS) National Film and Television school. Noble’s graduating class founded the ‘Kitchen Sink Documentary Collective’
Before completing his MA Noble managed to win a commission with The National Theatre. He was commissioned to make a documentary ‘AfroBeat’ Rebellion about Fela Kuti supporting the sold out show ‘Fela!’
Noble is now firmly cemented as a filmmaker and has been selected to show his film Messenger of the Great River at Sheffield Doc/Festival. In his words he wants ‘to give small stories a big stage.’ His trajectory and body of work shows us that his art
Illuminates the universal and importance in all things.
In 2011 Noble completed a film called 9 Feet of Rope, which was shot in Tobago and documents the world of Goat Racing. The film premiered at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival 2011 and was acquired by the Tobago Tourist board to be used as a promotional tool and inflight entertainment for flights into Tobago.
Summer 2012 Noble spent 6 weeks in South Africa developing a documentary film on a traditional folk musician by the name of Madal Kunene. This film was shot in both Johannesburg and Durban tracing the roots of this revered musician.
Noble has recently returned from a 6 week trip to Sierra Leone where he has been researching and developing a film Idea.