My name is Taylor, and I just love life. At the end of high school, after years of being the class clown, my friends told me that they hadn't been laughing at my jokes, but laughing at how hard I was laughing at my own jokes. That pretty much sums it up.
My first lemonade stand wasn't exactly a success. But I've always loved starting things. In high school it was a lawn mowing business. In college it was a series of embarrassing startups, most of which cost me more than they made me (NCAA gambling app, wooden bow ties, a marketing collective, etc.) But video production was the only thing that really stuck through all of those entrepreneurial phases. To this day I'm still captivated by almost every aspect of making a video.
I have a beautiful wife, Mollie, who somehow encourages me in all of my crazy ideas and hobbies, but keeps me grounded at the same time. She's my favorite person in the world.
I spend my free time making furniture and other knick-knacks in the woodshop, biking with Mollie, picking away on the guitar, and completing my ghetto rigged DIY MBA. If you knew me, it would make sense that I also love going to public places and just starting conversations with people I've never met. I still find myself starting sentences with, "When I grow up, I want to...". At the end of the day, I'm really happy to just love God, love the people I share this planet with, and make things.
This is me. I am a dreamer, explorer. A Filmmaker. I have a big heart and I’m not just speaking figuratively here either. I was born with a leaky heart valve, which had to work overtime to get the job done. Since the heart is a muscle and that muscle was overworked, it became too big and I had to have open-heart surgery when I was 17. Well before high school, my father told me that I thrive off passion. He told me that one day I would find my passion in life, and when that happened I should stick with it. Since the first time I picked up a video camera nine years ago, I knew that this was my passion. The mixture of creativity and technical sophistication grabbed ahold of me and hasn't let go.
Over the last nine years, I have pursued videography in many different forums. From working with non-profits, television stations, production houses, short films, television shows, and churches. After graduating college from Texas Tech with a degree in Electronic Media and Visual Communications four years ago, I started my own business full-time pursuing this passion as well as the people and places it's led me to. I haven't looked back since.
Other than that, I am a simple guy who loves life, and I particularly love meeting new people, sharing in their stories. I have an itch for traveling and I'm always looking for the next adventure. So here I am, using this big imperfect heart to follow my passion. Click around, watch a few films, and fill out the Contact Form if you would like to chat.