Currently President of Georgia Production Support, LLC, ZeelTV, LLC and Blue Heron Films, Inc., Sue Ann Taylor has been producing award winning film and video for over 30 years. Prior to 1987, Taylor ran a successful advertising and PR firm that had clients such as Chartoff-Winkler (the Rocky movies), Evening Magazine (nationally syndicated television series), and the Laird International Studios (1986) where Taylor held an executive position.
Education: University of Maine, 1972-1973, Fitchburg State College 1973-1975, Trenton State 1976, AFI at NYU (Directing and Writing for Television Track) 1987 – 1990, Vermont College 1994-1996
Taylor's television series include: Doctor's Second Opinion, syndicated, Success Stories with Bruce Jenner(syndicated, CBS), Out of Town…on Business (The Travel Channel), Sail Away (The Travel Channel),Walking the World, (The Travel Channel), Family Circle Presents…Family Vacations (The Travel Channel), Sewing Today (The Learning Channel), Crafts in America (The Learning Channel), Auction Fever (CNBC), Christmas Around the World, (FamilyNet), Patients Right to Choose (syndicated interstitials), The Health Conscious of America – Biography of C. Everett Koop; The Health Project, WILD Weekend (syndicated conservation stories), WILD Awards biographies for the United Nations Environment Program, Jim Fowler's Life in the Wild, syndicated, Keeping it Wild with Jason Raise, syndicated, Friends in the Bee, PAX syndicated, Quilters Coffee, QNN, Quilters Tea, QNN, Quilters Café, Quilters TV, Quilters Tools, Quilters TV, Imagination to Creation, Quilters TV, Getting Amazing Results, Quilters TV, Sam Maloof, The Woodworking Channel, The Landing School, The Woodworking Channel, The Battle of Franklin and Carnton Plantation documentaries, The Preservation Channel, Mosaics from The Vatican, The Preservation Channel; The Clinton Global Initiative, Choosing Green.
In 2005, developed Quilters News Network as a broadcast network delivered over the internet with Multicast Media Networks. Created second network on the same model, The Woodworking in 2006. In 2006, moved to create studios that develops and delivers narrow focused networks, ZeelTV, and manages three Atlanta studios: Canton, GA, for web-delivered content, Comcast Studio 25 for television production.
Through Georgia Production Support we work to achieve funding for films that will be produced in our studios and in the State of Georgia. Our model is to become a full service facility by offering leasehold space to film industry professionals in each category (finance, insurance, legal, camera rental, grip companies, sound engineers, wardrobe, make-up and hair, and other vendors.