Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Winter/Spring 2016

David j Taylor is an experienced Multidisciplinary Artist, Songwriter, Record Producer/Engineer, Audio Post Professional and Abstract Painter. He was Foley Recordist for the 2012 Academy Award nominated film Wild life, all 106 episodes of the hit comedy Corner Gas and is a 6 time Gemini Award "Best Overall Sound" nominated Music Supervisor, Re-Recording Mixer and Foley Recordist-Artist-Editor with numerous television series and theatrical-documentary film credits to his name (The Nature of Things with David Suzuki, Landscape as Muse, renegadepress.com, Surveillance). David is a seasoned record producer-engineer-mixer-mastering tech. He is the 2007 Western Canadian Music Awards "Producer Of The Year" award winner and multiple WCMA nominee with over 100 album credits and counting (Geoff Berner, Megan Nash, Despistado, The Fates). David is a prolific singer-songwriter and performing artist with 15 album releases as a solo artist and with the musical groups Semko Fontaine Taylor (with Jay Semko of The Northern Pikes), Big CookieDSM and Generals and MajorsDavid is also a sought after educator-consultant and mentor, having spoken at South By SouthwestThe University of Saskatchewan, Breakout Westand as guest lecturer at Nimbus Recording School  VancouverHarris Institute Toronto and for various provincial film and music industry associations David is also an avid abstract painter who has seen has canvases now shown during 3 exhibitions on the Sunshine Coast. He lives, writes, paints, creates and works out of his recording studio "The Purple House" in (of course) a cute purple house, on the side of a mountain, over-looking the Pacific Ocean in beautiful Sechelt, British Columbia with his partner Russ (a gifted clothing designer and fiber-visual artist).


Producer/Audio Post Production Full CV/Credits:

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Bio: http://bit.ly/1N7jr54
FB: www.facebook.com/davidjtaylormusic

Abstract Paintings:



Saturday, 18 July 2015


Picture by: Kim Fontaine
Picture by: Laura Guerra

"Believe Me" 36 in x 48 in Acrylic on canvas