Born and raised in Bay City, Michigan, Taylor had set out on a journey to lend his many ideas and talents to the world. His initial creative outlets growing up were building Legos, tinkering with electronics, drawing, writing and singing music. He played the alto saxophone in middle school and acoustic guitar from high school until today. He enjoyed telling stories through creative lyrics and short stories.
As Taylor graduated high school, a fascination with video game and computer program development peaked. Although he pursued computer programming in high school and competed at a state level in programming for Business Professionals of America, code didn't seem as exciting as 3D art and design. Therefore, he packed his bags and moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
In 2005, Taylor attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a major in Game Art & Design. It wasn't long into the program, he sparked yet another old fascination with video and film while taking a video editing class. Story-telling and presentation became a strong point while pursuing his degree. While wrapping up projects for graduation in 2009, a new vision was beginning to take mold.
With his earliest experience shooting video on VHS as a kid with his dad's camera, Taylor began anew, producing his first full length movie using a Hi-8 camera and good friends in 2006. In 2007, Taylor and his friend made a second full length movie on standard digital video. Taylor soon discovered his knack for film making as he filmed his first wedding production in high definition in 2008.
Since 2008, Taylor experienced many opportunities to extend his talents in visual media production. He has taught as an intern instructor at Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center for game design and development. Performed as an extra in commercials and in a major film, including "The Next Three Days" by director, Paul Haagis. He has produced a variety of independent promos, commercials, book trailers and wedding cinema.
In 2012, Taylor embarked on an amazing journey with a great crew, as he and his colleagues wrote and produced the sitcom web series titled "909: For A Good Time." Shortly after in April 2013, Good Harbor Blue became an official production business.
Today, Taylor continues to focus on independent motion picture production and video production for businesses, individuals and groups. He looks forward to collaborating with others while they achieve their dreams through high quality visual media entertainment.