Andy Taylor is an ACS accredited cinematographer, director and CASA certified drone pilot based in Sydney. He has been working as a cameraman for over 30 years filming extensively throughout Australia and travelling to 120 countries and territories on every continent.
Specialising in documentaries, commercial productions, network promotions and dramatised re-enactments, his internationally and domestic clients include: Netflix, National Geographic, Disney+, CBS 60 Minutes (USA) BBC Studios, ITV and Grain Media (UK), Tourism Australia, Queensland Tourism, IN-Films, Ray Martin Media and broadcasters Nine, Seven, SBS & ABC-TV.
Andy's cinematography on the documentary series "Exposed - The Ghost Train Fire" is currently streaming on Netflix and in Nov 2023 was ranked in the Top 10 shows globally: Australia #3, USA #4 and UK #5.
He who owns and operates the very latest cutting-edge equipment including the Arri Alexa Mini LF with Signature Prime lenses and the Canon Cinema EOS C500mkii, C70 and R5C cameras - all Netflix approved. He holds a CASA RePL & ReOC and fly’s the Mavic 3 Pro Cine and Inspire 2 drones.
Granted ACS accreditation by the Australian Cinematographers Society in 2002, Andy's work has now been recognised with over 30 ACS Awards and 6 prestigious Walkley Awards for cinematography.
In 2021/22 Andy won with the following cinematography awards:
· ACS Awards - Judges Award for Best Entry – "Exposed - The Ghost Train Fire" for ABC-TV.
· ACS Awards - Gold Award - Documentaries Category – "The Ghost Train Fire" for ABC-TV.
· ACS Awards - Gold Award - Commercials (local/regional) - “Destination NSW - Nel".
· ACS Awards - Silver Award - TV Station Breaks and Promos - "Today - Men In Black".
· Walkley Award - Winner - Best Cinematography - “Exposed - The Ghost Train Fire”.
· Kennedy Award for Excellence in Journalism - Winner - “Exposed - The Ghost Train Fire”.