Sue Ann Taylor

Sue Ann Taylor

Currently President of Blue Heron Films, Georgia Production Support, LLC, and ZeelTV, LLC, Sue Ann Taylor has been producing award winning film and video for over 30 years. Prior to 1987, Ms. Taylor ran a successful Philadelphia advertising and PR firm serving clients such as Chartoff-Winkler (the Rocky movies), Evening Magazine (nationally syndicated television series), and the Laird International Studios -1986 (now The Culver Studios) where Taylor held an executive position.

Ms. 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), The Health Conscious of America – Biography of C. Everett Koop; The Health Project, WILD Awards, United Nations Environment Program, Jim Fowler’s Life in the Wild, syndicated, Keeping it Wild with Jason Raise, syndicated, Operation Hope, Comcast; The Gospel Choice Awards 2009-2014, Comcast, 56th Drama Desk Awards, Ovation,
International Fashion Film Awards, Verizon Fios.

Taylor and company have received the New York Film Festival Award, 41 Telly Awards, 2 Emmy nominations, and dozens of other awards.

In 2005, developed Quilters News Network (QNNtv)as a broadcast network delivered over the internet with Multicast Media Networks. Created six additional networks on the same model.

Created studios that develops and delivers narrow focused web delivered networks, ZeelTV. Taylor managed three Atlanta studios from 2006-2016: Blue Heron Films, Canton, GA, ZeelTV for web-delivered content, and
Comcast Studios (Atlanta)for television production, and currently helms Blue Heron Studios in Canton.

Beginning Georgia Production Support offer concierge services for Georgia films in production, and provide development services to films that need packaging and funding.

Blue Heron Films has several films in pre-production/production include Appalachian Summer, Yes, Expulsion, The Last Dance, Diary of the Dragon’s Daughter, Quigley 2 and Resurrection. GPS is providing services to the
feature, Her Name Was Hope.

Taylor also participates as a speaker, industry panel contributor and mentor.

Contact: Sue Ann Taylor | Blue Heron Films |131 West Marietta Street | Canton, GA 30114 | 770-361-3865