Originally from northern Michigan, Taylor joined Northern Light in 2012. He's worked in various capacities on films broadcast nationally and internationally, on museum installations, and on the podcast, Stranglers. Some of his other Northern Light credits include: The People vs. The Politicians, Birth of a Movement, Rocky Ros Muc, Beyond the Wall, Confessions of the Boston Strangler, Circus Without Borders, Whitey Bulger: The Making of a Monster, and Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains. Taylor holds a BA in Communication and Cinema from Denison University.
Susan Gray is a Director who develops, directs, and writes projects for television broadcast as well as festival and theatrical screenings. Before coming to Northern Light, she worked as a director/writer in Europe and Washington, D.C. Her films have aired on PBS, National Geographic Channel, Animal Planet, Channel 4 England, Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, Arte, NHK, and more. Susan's awards include Nomination for Outstanding Historical Emmy, the best INPUT (public television programming worldwide), and the Adolph Grimme Award (the German Oscars).
Andy is an award-winning Director, Editor and Principal of Northern Light. His documentary credits include Beyond the Wall, Circus Without Borders, and The Dhamma Brothers, a theatrically released feature-length documentary about the profound effect of Vipassana meditation on inmates in a maximum-security prison in Alabama. The film has won numerous awards and been profiled in The New York Times and on NPR and featured as part of Oprah Winfrey’s Soul Series. Andrew has over 20 years of experience managing multimillion-dollar media projects at internationally recognized museums and visitor centers including the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, the Tennessee State Museum, and the Canadian Museum of History, among others. He holds a degree in Art History and is currently working on a 180-degree immersive film that examines the lives and contributions of recent immigrants to Canada.