Thu, 08 May 2014 15:17:15 GMT
Kate Taylor has joined biscuit filmworks as Head of Production, working with Executive Producer Orlando Wood. She brings a legacy of experience from many of London’s top commercial production companies to biscuit.
Following a degree in languages from Oxford University and a short stint at film school in Cuba, Kate came to the world of advertising production via a series of TV documentary jobs and cut her teeth as PA and PM at Macleod & Partners before moving to Rose Hackney Barber where she produced commercials for Graham Rose for a number of years.
Since then, she's produced for a number of the top London production companies including: RSA Films, Outsider, Thomas Thomas, Stink, Sonny and, most recently, Rattling Stick.
Her credit list includes clients such as Heineken, Samsung, Pepsi, Coca Cola, Playstation and directors such as Graham Rose, Chris Cunningham, Jonas Akerlund, Kevin Spacey, Chris Hartwill, Carl Erik Rinsch, Laurence Dunmore, Mehdi Norowzian, Tony Barry and Steve Cope.
She comes to biscuit filmworks as Head of Production and will work with Orlando Wood to ensure production standards across all work.
“I am very excited to be part of the biscuit filmworks family. The company has had a huge impact since starting and has demonstrated its ability to output creative and award –winning work. I’m thrilled to be part of the team. I look forward to growing and consolidating the UK roster with Orlando and want to make biscuit filmworks the London production company of choice for both directors and agencies,” said Taylor.
Meanwhile EP Orlando Wood has nothing but praise for his new colleague. “I couldn’t be happier that Kate Taylor has chosen to join our team. I’ve asked around and I can’t find anyone with a bad word to say about her. It’s suspicious... Any dire personality failures are very well hidden. On a serious note, Kate is both a very personable and fiercely smart producer and I’m keen to work with her to ensure that our production output lives up to the creative promise that our scripts represent,” he said.