Taylor's professional art career began in 2005, in the thick of NYC's independent animation community. He cut his teeth working under icons of the scene including Bill Plympton, Signe Baumane, Andy London and John Dilworth. A record deal with his band, Plushgun, unexpectedly plucked him from the animation scene for almost three years and transplanted him to Chicago. Once the touring slowed, Taylor landed a job at Legend3D in San Diego, working on stereoscopic films. Keeping with his nomadic tendencies, Taylor moved again a year later to work for StereoD in Burbank. Between Legend3D and StereoD, Taylor worked on many blockbusters including Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D, 'smurfs 3D, Top Gun 3D, Avengers 3D and Titanic 3D.
As of May 2012, Taylor has been Producing, Directing and Animating a monthly, animated short for Roopstigo.com, as well as picking up additional projects on the side. His most recent project is a daily web-comic based on his four-year-old daughter, Adison Hadleigh, which will be making its printed debut at this year's Wizard World Chicago!