Taylor is a member of the Conservation Media Group, a Maine-based organization that provides media training and production for various conservation initiatives around the world. With a background in Geology and Environmental Studies from Whitman College, Taylor earned an MFA from the premier program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University. Since then, Taylor has worked on a wide gambit of projects, ranging from the National Science Foundation to National Geographic. His work has been screened at film festivals world-wide. Taylor's recent conservation work includes topics such as White Nose Syndrome in bats, Brucellosis in elk, and deep-sea trawling in the North Sea. He is currently exploring new storytelling possibilities for science and conservation media through emerging technologies like VR-based platforms. In addition, he is also a founding member of the Rodinia Media Collective, a collaborative venture between other non-fiction media producers.